Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (MFWP) has developed a draft Environmental Assessment (EA) prepared for the proposed action of a grazing lease renewal on the Blackleaf Wildlife Management Area (BLWMA). The 9000 acre BLWMA is located approximately 12 air miles west of Bynum along the Rocky Mountain Front occupying land in Teton County. The proposed grazing lease would allow cattle to be utilized as a management tool to remove residual vegetation and improving vegetative condition thus enhancing the availability and palatability of elk and deer forage on the portion of the BLMWA to be grazed. The BLWMA has been successfully grazed with a rest-rotation grazing system since 1990.
Blackleaf WMA Grazing EA Comments Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks 514 South Front Street, Suite C Conrad, MT 59425