Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is seeking comment on a proposal to acquire three conservation easements on approximately 10,760 acres of private land north of Drummond. (Region 2 - Fish & Wildlife - 03/29/2013)
A nearly two-mile stretch of the Clark Fork River near Warm Springs Ponds is closed for public safety while construction crews work to remove toxic sediment as part of the Clark Fork Superfund cleanup project. (Region 2 - Waterbody Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 03/29/2013)
Kids fishing opportunities in the Kalispell area recently got a boost when Hooked On Fishing students from Hedges and Peterson schools planted more than 2000 rainbow trout in Dry Bridge Pond. The pond is in the Kalispell City Park known as the Sledding Gully south of the Conrad Mansion. HOF students planted trout from Jocko River and Murray Springs state fish hatcheries and Creston National Fish Hatchery. The fish ranged from 6” to 14” with a few whoppers from 8 to 14 pounds.
(Region 1 - Fishing - 03/29/2013)
FWP, Region One will host a Citizen's Advisory Meeting (CAC) on Wednesday, Apil 10th at the FWP Regional Headquarters public meeting room starting at 6:30 p.m.
(Region 1 - Fish & Wildlife - 03/29/2013)
The comment period for the Draft Environmental Assessment, “Investigation of Suppression of Walleye in Noxon Rapids Reservoir” has been extended for 21 days. Comments must now be received or postmarked by Friday, April 19. (Region 1 - Fishing - 03/29/2013)
Learn how, where and why Montana's grizzly bear population is expanding. Join Laurie Evarts, Montana Wild's education program manager, to learn about the recovery of this federally threatened species. (Headquarters - Education - 03/27/2013)