The Idaho Forest Products Commission has started a bumper sticker campaign to encourage the U. S. Forest Service to accelerate the pace of thinning the national forests in their state. The Commission, a state organization comprised of members appointed by the Governor, has distributed information stating that “part of the reason for wildfires burning in Idaho this year is because the state’s national forests are overstocked with dead and dying trees, and timber harvest levels are nearly at an all-time low.”
The bumper sticker, as you can see above, says “Thin The Threat!” over a background of what appears to be a forest fire behind some trees.
The bumper stickers are available at no charge from the Idaho Forest Products Commission. They can be ordered by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 208-334-3292.