Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on a proposed agreement among neighboring states on the shared management of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. (Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 07/31/2009)
A committee of state and federal officials and private landowners will meet in Missoula, Aug. 11, to evaluate two Forest Legacy grant proposals for the year 2011 totaling $9.5 million. (Headquarters - Fish & Wildlife - 07/31/2009)
Dailey Lake Fishing Access Site 10 miles southeast of Emigrant in the Paradise Valley is reopened.
The site was closed on July 30 to facilitate a search and rescue operation for a missing boater. The search and rescue operation ended late in the day on July 30.
(Region 3 - Headlines - 07/31/2009)
Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comment on a proposal to buy 80 acres adjacent to the Beckman Wildlife Management Area in north central Montana. The parcel of land, known as the Glass property, is located in the Judith River Breaks of Fergus County, about 12 miles northeast of Denton. (Region 4 - Headlines - 07/31/2009)
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission is seeking comment on a proposal that would allow state officials to close waters to recreational activities due to dangerous conditions. (Headquarters - Recreation - 07/31/2009)
Dailey Lake Fishing Access Site 10 miles southeast of Emigrant in the Paradise Valley is closed effective immediately to facilitate a search and rescue operation for a missing boater.
Barricades have been placed at the entrance to the site and it will remain closed until further notice.
(Region 3 - Public Lands Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 07/30/2009)
A portion of Spring Meadow Lake State Park and the state Wildlife Center, west of Helena, will close for about five months to make way for the removal of soils contaminated by century old mineral-processing activities. (Headquarters - Public Lands Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 07/29/2009)
The water system at Medicine Rocks State Park, located between Baker and Ekalaka, MT on State Highway 7, recently violated a drinking water standard. Although this is not an emergency, the public has the right to know what happened, what you should do, and what we are doing to correct this situation. (Region 7 - State Parks - 07/29/2009)