Montana will have its fourth elk shoulder season beginning in August, but many folks aren’t happy about the decision the Fish and Wildlife Commission made Wednesday — including two members of the five-member board.
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North-central Montana ranchers and an international conservation group have collaborated to acquire a neighbor’s 5,000 acres in a unique partnership.
A coalition of outdoor groups and individuals is threatening to sue the Custer Gallatin National Forest for “failure to protect and defend public access rights in the Crazy Mountains.”
Although the amount of acreage they own didn’t grow in the past year, the Wilks brothers jumped a notch in the “2018 Land Report.”
LEWISTOWN — Even here, in the heart of rural Montana, life is quickly changing.
Pet owners in Cooke City and Silver Gate are being advised by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials to keep their dogs leashed, especially at night, and not let them run free.
CHEYENNE — Many Wyoming big game applications open on Jan. 2. All applications must be submitted online.
A bird’s-eye view of vegetation changes to the landscape during the past 30 years is now available to western landowners, conservation groups and government agencies.
More than $145 million has been spent by the federal government since 2014 buying land shares for Crow and Northern Cheyenne tribal governments, according to the Department of Interior.