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Fishing Roundup 8-1-08

07/31/2008

On the rivers and streams, it could be an August to remember. The big – and late – snowmelt in many parts of trout country have the rivers dropping and clearing. Waters are still cool enough for fish to be active. Flows are in the comfort range for trout to go on a late summer feeding spree.

(Headquarters - Fishing)

‘Stewardship’ students will learn awareness skills

07/30/2008

Children will test their awareness skills, investigate mysteries in nature and learn to leave no trace Monday, Aug. 4, during the next session of “Earth Stewardship for Young Folks” at Pictograph Cave State Park south of Billings.

(Region 5 - Headlines)

$1,000 reward offered in poached-elk case

07/30/2008

On Nov. 23, 2007, someone shot a bull elk and left it to waste on the Jansen Block Management Area north of Billings. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks wardens believe others witnessed the crime, so the department is offering a reward of as much as $1,000 for information.

(Region 5 - Headlines)

Three entities will fund riparian habitat worker

07/30/2008

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is teaming up with Pheasant Forever and the federal Bureau of Land Management to enhance pheasant and riparian habitat on public land in the Billings region.

(Region 5 - Headlines)

Montana Conservation And Restoration Group To Meet In Helena

07/29/2008

The Montana Conservation and Restoration Partnership steering committee, a group formed to advise agencies and organizations on how to best carry out new conservation programs, will meet in Helena, Aug. 5, at the Red Lion Colonial Inn.   The purpose partnership is to bring together a broad coalition of people committed to a voluntary, incentive-based approach to the conservation and restoration of Montana’s premier fish and wildlife habitats and scenic landscapes.

(Headquarters - Headlines)

FWP and Plum Creek Sign Land Access Agreement

07/29/2008

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) and Plum Creek Timber Company signed a one-year agreement that ensures public access to nearly 500,000 acres of Plum Creek lands in west-central Montana.

(Region 2 - Headlines)

 

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