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 By Tie Shank    News    October 14, 2015

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

For the ninth consecutive year, on Sept. 10, 2014, National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) conducted a one-day unduplicated count of adults and children seeking domestic violence service in...

 
 By Lisa Peterson    News    October 14, 2015

Montana SMART School Challenge Saves Money By Preventing Pollution

Montana’s SMART Schools Challenge encourages pollution prevention throughout the school year and provides cash rewards to help Montana’s K-12 public schools “Save Money and Resources Today”. Last year’s K-12 Challenge schools recycled and...

 

NRCS to Hold Soil Health Workshop Series

Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana, in partnership with the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service, will be holding a series of soil health workshops throughout Montana next month. The workshop series will feature regional and...

 

Repairs to the Fox Lake Wildlife Management Area

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks used several sources of funding to provide needed repairs to the Fox Lake Wildlife Management Area (WMA) outside of Lambert. The repairs were deemed necessary after recent high water years damaged many of the existing...

 

The Recent 30-State Salmonella Outbreak from Mexican Cucumbers Heightens Need for Mandatory COOL

In the wake of a 30-state outbreak of Salmonella infections caused by tainted cucumbers imported from Mexico, the World Trade Organization (WTO) held a hearing in Geneva, Switzerland, to decide the fate of the United States’ mandatory country of...

 

Young Ag Leadership Conference Educates Leaders

Young farmers and ranchers from across the state converged at the Crowne Plaza in Billings Oct. 2-4 for the 12th Annual Young Ag Leadership Conference (YALC). YALC is a collaborative effort between nine of Montana’s agricultural organizations,...

 

North Dakota Bighorn Sheep Survey Shows Mixed Results

Results from this summer’s bighorn sheep survey indicate North Dakota’s bighorn population has increased from last year, despite the ongoing presence of pneumonia. North Dakota Game and Fish Department big game biologist Brett Wiedmann said the...

 

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