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Living With Wildlife is a grant program developed by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) and funded by the Montana Legislature to promote the successful coexistence of people and wildlife in urban and suburban settings. Living With Wildlife will fund projects that emphasize local involvement, partnership approaches, cost sharing, innovation, prevention and proactive solutions to human/wildlife conflicts. Although FWP administers Living With Wildlife, other agencies, local government, non-governmental organizations and private citizens will develop and implement most of the successfully funded projects.
(Grants - 05/04/2005)

Replacement of existing Hell Creek State Park office and visitor contact station, installation of two new employee-housing units and construction of an equipment storage building/maintenance facility.
(Decision Notices - 05/03/2005)

Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Region 7, has completed an environmental assessment (EA) for the purpose of creating a boating access facility to the lower Yellowstone River at the Richland Park Access Area, Richland County, Montana,
(Decision Notices - 05/03/2005)

Spring Meadow Nature Center Decision Notice
(Executive Summaries - 05/02/2005)



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