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Tips For Hunters To Make Block Management Program Work For Them

The 2018 Hunting Access Guide is now available, directing hunters to almost 6,000,000 acres of private, state and federal lands enrolled in Montana’s Block Management Program. Southeastern Montana alone offers almost 2,200,000 acres of hunting...

 

MT Block Management Program Information Available Aug. 10

Hunters will be able to obtain 2018 Block Management Area information from the Block Management page of the FWP website and in FWP regional offices beginning at 8 a.m. on Aug. 10. Guides also will be shipped this week to those who have already...

 

Nominations Sought For Montana Outdoor Hall Of Fame

A group of Montana state agencies and conservation organizations is seeking nominations for the second round of inductees to the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame. The MOHOF honors individuals who have contributed to the restoration and conservation of...

 

Governor Steve Bullock, Along With A Group Of Montana-Based Organizations, Is Seeking Nominations For The "Montana Neighbor Awards"

The awards give recognition to landowners who work collaboratively with their neighbors to enhance Montana’s sense of community. The group is seeking nominations of landowners from across Montana. Winners will receive specially printed and framed...

 

Watercraft Inspection Season Wrap-up

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks checked more than 36,000 private and commercial boats this season under a state law that requires all motorists hauling watercraft—from trailers with motorboats or inflatable rafts to canoes and kayaks perched atop...

 

Montana State Parks Seeks Public Comment On Hell Creek State Park Master Site/Management Plan

Montana State Parks announced today that it is seeking public comment on the Hell Creek State Park Draft Master Site/Management Plan. Public Comments are due by Wed., Nov. 25, 2015 at 5 p.m. Hell Creek State Park is an important recreation area...

 

Opening Day of General Hunting Season Renews Montana Traditions

In Montana, a weekend like none other awaits. After purchasing hunting licenses, applying for permits months ago, and laying plans over hot coffee and topography maps, young and old are filled with the anticipation that only comes with the opening da...

 

Summer Forecast Has FWP Keeping Close Watch On Streams Drought & Fire

With higher than normal temperatures forecast this summer–and snowpack runoff depleted a month ahead of schedule–Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is gearing up now to protect fish from the life-threatening stress of low flows and elevated water...

 

FWP Embarks On New Mountain Lion Plan

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is developing a statewide management plan for mountain lions and is seeking the public's help identifying issues of concern. FWP's last statewide look at mountain lion management was completed about 20 years ago. The up...

 

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