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  • New Partnership to Conserve Sagebrush in Southwest Montana

    June 11, 2018

    Southwest Montana's sagebrush country has a new advocate thanks to The Nature Conservancy and our partners. Sean Claffey will be working with private and public partners to advance cross-boundary habitat restoration and open lines of communication within the High Divide Headwaters region.  Learn More

  • Temporary Public Land Closures Revised

    October 06, 2017

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  • Blackfoot-Clearwater WMA and The Nature Conservancy Lands Reopened

    September 15, 2017

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  • Conserving Grasslands for Wildlife and Ranching

    Glasgow, MT
    Topic (Conservation Lands)
    August 21, 2017

    Kelly and Tami Burke provide for more than cattle on their ranch south of Glasgow. Their land is also used by pronghorn, Greater Sage-grouse, mule deer and a variety of wildlife that depend on its diverse mix of habitat. Wildlife like sage-grouse thrive where good grazing practices are combined with keeping good habitat intact. The Burkes are doing both. Learn More

  • Letting A River Run

    Topic (Rivers & Lakes)
    August 01, 2017

    An innovative easement is allowing the Yellowstone River to move more like a natural river. Channel migration easements forbid impediments that keep the river from meandering and spreading over its natural floodplain. Learn More

  • Conserving Grasslands and Family Ranching

    Glasgow, MT
    March 29, 2017

    The Cornwell family has made another big contribution to conservation on their ranch along Buggy Creek near Glasgow. Learn More

  • How Did the Pronghorn Cross the Fence?

    May 04, 2017

    How does a pronghorn get safely through a barbed-wire fence? That was the question posed by researchers in a study conducted by The Nature Conservancy, the University of Montana and the Alberta Conservation Association. The answer proved to be a surprise. Learn More

  • Wildlife and Public Access Protected in Belmont Creek

    December 15, 2016

    Recreational public access and wildlife habitat have been protected on nearly 5,500 acres of former industrial timber land in the Blackfoot Valley. The Nature Conservancy (TNC) transferred the land to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) using an award from the Land and Water Conservation Fund.  Learn More

Saving the Land and Water Conservation Fund

Billings Gazette
May 21, 2018

Collaboration for Wildlife and Ranching

Billings Gazette
Conservation Lands
August 05, 2017

Revive and Thrive 2017

The Seeley Swan Pathfinder
July 27, 2017

Bike to the Buffalo

April 06, 2017

The Art of Cowboy Conservation

Great Falls Tribune
March 08, 2017

Preserving Primm Meadows

Seeley Swan Pathfinder
November 03, 2016

Restoration in the Clearwater-Blackfoot Project

Seeley Swan Pathfinder
June 30, 2016

Mt Dean Stone Partnership to Expand Missoula Open Space

The Nature Conservancy
May 26, 2016

Save the Land and Water Conservation Fund

The Billings Gazette
July 25, 2015

Marshall Mountain land transfer preserves recreation potential

October 05, 2014

No Listing for Grayling

Conservation Lands
August 21, 2014

Expanding Wild Places for People & Wildlife

Conservation Lands
August 21, 2014

Savoring Summer

Seeley-Swan Pathfinder July 2014
Conservation Lands
August 01, 2014

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