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Understanding Montana’s Block Management Program

As hunters begin planning their Block Management Area hunts, they’ll discover that more that 1,250 landowners have enrolled nearly 8 million acres in the public hunting access program for the 2012 season. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ BMA progr...

 

More Connect With FWP Via Social Media

If “Likes” “Followers” and “Views” are digital age currency, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has hit the jackpot with its social media offerings. FWP launched a Facebook page last year to share information on issues, opportunities, and...

 

FWP Commission to Meet in Helena Oct. 11

Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet Oct. 11 in Helena to adopt 2013 fishing regulation changes and approve adjustments to elk plan objectives in some western Montana hunting districts. The meeting, set to begin at 8:30 a.m., will...

 

FWP Magazine Wins National Awards

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ bi-monthly magazine, Montana Outdoors, recently took first place in the magazine category at the 2012 awards competition of the National Association of Government Communicators. Montana Outdoors, also won first...

 
 By Jacklyn Damm    News    October 10, 2012

Replacement Therapy Options

The Montana Tobacco Quit Line is now offering combination Nicotine Replacement Therapy for callers who are ready to work on quitting tobacco and may need extra help combating cravings during the initial quitting period. Two weeks of free short...

 

Estate Preservation Will Be Focus of Upcoming Workshop

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans is hosting a free educational workshop on estate preservation. Called “Estate Strategy Essentials,” the 45-minute workshop will be held at 9:45 a.m. on October 14, 2012 at Pella Lutheran Church’s Education Wing...

 

Report Whooping Crane Sightings

Whooping cranes are in the midst of their fall migration and sightings will increase as they make their way through North Dakota over the next several weeks. Anyone seeing these birds as they move through the state is asked to report sightings so...

 

Waterfowl Hunters Reminded of ANS Regulations

Waterfowl hunters are reminded to do their part in preventing the spread of aquatic nuisance species into or within North Dakota. Waterfowl hunters must remove plants and plant fragments from decoys, strings and anchors; remove plants seeds and...

 

Unemployed? Need Help Finding A Better-Paying, Stable Job?

Rural Employment Opportunities (REO) goal is to help Montanans improve their earning ability through increased education and training. REO Employment and Training Specialist, Debi Delamater is located in Glendive and serves Eastern Montana. Qualifyin...

 

Check for ANS When Removing Structures

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department requests local entities and water recreationists to monitor for new aquatic nuisance species infestations when pulling and storing fishing piers, boat docks and lifts prior to ice up. Fred Ryckman, ANS...

 

Interest Prompts FWP To Offer More Wolf Trapper Training

Considerable interest in Montana’s first wolf trapping season recently led state wildlife officials to add more opportunities for would-be trappers to enroll in a mandatory certification class. Earlier this year, the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks...

 

Sidney FFA Marion-Kay Spice Sales

Sidney FFA chapter is providing Marion-Kay Spice Sales for its 30th fall holiday season.  Contact an FFA member or Gary Schaff at Sidney High School (message at 433-2330) or email at [email protected] sidney.k12.mt.us. An order form will be provided to...

 

UM Center Seeks High School Teachers, Students To Visit Cambodia

If you are a Montana high school teacher or student with interests in environmental issues or international affairs, you could be among 20 students and two teachers supported by the U.S. Department of State for an all-expenses-paid trip to Cambodia....

 

High School Diploma Important For Economic Success

The University of Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research and its nonprofit Montana KIDS COUNT recently released a report detailing the personal, statewide and national implications of youth not graduating from high school. According to the...

 

USDA Announces Disaster Assistance Sign-up for 2011 Crop Losses

North Dakota USDA Farm Service Agency State Executive Director Aaron Krauter today announced that producers can enroll in the Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments (SURE) program for 2011 crop year losses beginning Oct. 22, 2012. Under the 2008 F...

 

Center At Um Receives $1.25 Million Grant To Fund Regional Environmental Health Education Program

The Center for Environmental Health Sciences at The University of Montana recently received a five-year, $1.25 million Science Education Partnership Award from the National Institutes of Health. The grant will support environmental science education...

 

Bow Hunting for Women

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is still accepting registrations for the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman bow hunting workshop Oct. 24-28 at Lake Metigoshe State Park. The workshop is for women with no or minimal archery experience. Participants...

 

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