The BC Premier resigned to join the Teck Board. Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau declined an IJC Committee to study transboundary pollution. Montana has no jobs threatened by the selenium limits, all we get is more pollution.
The firefighters were assigned to the Kimiwan Complex of fires in the Peace River Fire Protection Area of northwest Alberta. Alberta has been in a crisis state because of the wildfires, which have been ongoing since March.
To the Blackfeet Nation’s knowledge, the June 26 event marks the first time in America’s history that a sovereign indigenous nation has returned free-roaming buffalo back into their native habitat. Other tribes have restored bison on to reservation lands, but none have restored free roaming buffalo.
Lewis and Clark County District Court Judge Christopher Abbott on June 23 ordered Gianforte to produce the records sought by Montana Environmental Information Center and Earthworks, both nonprofits active in mining issues.
Competitors came from across the region, including Montana, Idaho and Washington and Canada, too. Northwest Montana was was well represented, too, as the field was dominated by racers from Libby, the Flathead Valley and Plains.
EHA agreements provide landowners with an opportunity to obtain an elk license, permit or combination thereof in exchange for allowing free public hunting access to a minimum of three public hunters – one of which may be selected by the landowner.
Fixing our forests will ultimately require cutting through the environmental red tape that prevents many forest-restoration projects from getting off the ground or stalls them until they go up in flames.
Kara Matthews, whose daughters Leah and Hailey are both members of the South 40, said teaming up with LOR has been great to further expand the club as well as the Troy Kootenai Kids & Critters 4-H Club.
Even if you are abiding by posted speed limits, you can still be traveling too fast for safety – particularly in inclement weather, low/no light conditions, or around emergency response or work zone sites.
Sen. Mark Noland, a Republican businessman from Bigfork, told Montana Free Press that he sponsored the measure after seeing his friends’ livelihoods impacted by timber sales that had been halted under MEPA.