Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, through
its employees and citizen commission, provides for the
stewardship of the fish, wildlife, parks and recreational
resources of Montana, while contributing to the quality
of life for present and future generations.
Fish and Wildlife
Vision, Mission & Goals
Headquarters & regional offices
FWP for teachers
"...to promote and regulate the use
of the national parks which purpose is to conserve the
scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wildlife
therein and the provide for the enjoyment of the same in
such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired
for the enjoyment of future generations.
Ranch National Historic Site
Fish & Wildlife Service
Founded to conserve, protect, and enhance
the nation's fish and wildlife and their habitats for the
contiuing benefit of the people
With a mission of "caring for the land
and serving people", the Forest Service manages over
191 million acres of national forest and grasslands across
the United States.
Natural Resource Information System
Provides comprehensive acess to information
about Montana's natural resources to all Montanans through
the acquisition, storage, retrieval, and dissemination
of that information in meaningful form.
The official state website. The goals of Discovering Montana are
to make Montana government and education information accessible
via the Internet, to stimulate the growth of state agency World
Wide Web services, and to serve as the front door to the State
and Universities of Montana Multiprotocol Network (SUMMITNET) and
other Montana information resources.