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Show Me The Green

Believe it or not, spring is almost here and Williston Landscape and Irrigation is ready to tackle your commercial and residential irrigation and landscaping needs. Staffed with a Nationally...

 

ND Paddlefish Snagging Season Opens May 1

North Dakota’s paddlefish snagging season opens May 1 and is scheduled to continue through the end of the month. However, depending on the overall harvest, an early in-season closure may occur with a 24-hour notice issued by the state Game and...

 

Maah Daah Hey Trail Photo Contest Celebrates Trail Expansion

The first-ever Maah Daah Hey Trail photo contest kicked off April 1 as part of the celebration for the completed Maah Daah Hey Trail, signifying 15 years of dedicated trail work to this system. The...

 

EARC Moves Forward With 1st Annual Community Garden Project

With the hint of spring weather in the air, green thumb enthusiasts are busy laying out their plans for this year's gardening season. They are choosing their seeds, checking their garden beds and...

 

Greener Grilling: Good for You and for Mother Nature, too

(BPT) - You already know grilling is a healthful, flavorful and fun way to cook while enjoying the great outdoors. But did you know it can also be a "green" activity? By choosing earth-friendly fuel o...

 

Dalrymple, Officials Break Ground on Two Bypass Projects to Enhance Traffic Movement in Western North Dakota

Gov. Jack Dalrymple today was joined by North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Director Grant Levi and other state and local officials to break ground on two bypass projects that will...

 

Get Ready To Fish Small Streams On May 17

As always, most Montana’s small streams will open for fishing on the third Saturday of May, which is May 17 this year. A full season fishing license for residents can be purchased for $18 dollars, or if you want to try your luck for a few days, a...

 

Bringing Life Back into your Yard and Garden

(BPT) - Spring season is a time of regeneration and renewal as you prepare to bring life back to your lawn and garden. Taking the proper steps after seasonal changes or severe weather conditions can...

 

Anglers, Boat Owners Need Current Licenses

Anglers and boat owners are reminded to review their licenses for the 2014 fishing and boating season. Anglers must have a 2014-2015 fishing license. Fishing licenses can be purchased online at the Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. A new...

 

To-do List 2.0

(BPT) - Each week, the average person spends between 10 and 20 hours doing yard work and other tasks around the home, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While necessary, these routine tasks...

 

Babysitting Teaches Leadership, Confidence & Responsibility

For many years, teenagers have provided parents with an invaluable service. A service that allows them to spend time together, do important things and even experience a few hours of freedom from their kids. The Babysitter is the single greatest...

 

Private Land/Public Wildlife Council to Meet in Billings

The Private Land/Public Wildlife Council will meet April 23-24 in Billings at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center, 1223 Mullowney Lane. At the meeting the council will discuss Montana’s Block Management program, hear about work accomplished by...

 

Keep Montana Wildlife Wild - If You Care, Leave Them There

Montana laws prohibit the capture, feeding, possession and harassment of wildlife—both game and nongame species—necessary in part to curb the urge to “help” newborn wildlife. Wildlife biologists see too often cases of newborn wildlife being...

 

Composite or Wood?

(BPT) - As temperatures warm across the country, many homeowners will begin thinking about home improvement. Adding a deck or replacing an old one is a popular project in spring and summer - one that...

 

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