Raise Your Voice for America’s Public Lands
As one of the 324 million public landowners in America, I call on the President and my Members of Congress to protect our public lands sporting heritage by strongly opposing any wholesale effort to sell or transfer our country’s public lands. Some of the best fish and wildlife habitat and hunting and angling opportunities available to sportsmen and women are found on these lands.
Public lands, owned by all Americans, are indispensable and we must care for them as such.
Further, I ask that Congress and the President work together to address 21st century land management challenges in ways that protect and restore fish and wildlife habitat, ensure that Federal land management agencies have the tools and funding necessary to effectively manage our lands, and uphold America’s public land hunting and fishing traditions.
Cutthroat losing out to lake trout in Yellowstone
By MIKE STARK Of The (Billings) Gazette Staff Native Yellowstone cutthroat trout are losing their fight for survival in the
State of the River Meeting Tuesday night – 5/15
Streamflow conditions and reservoir operations in Grand County will be the leading subjects at the annual Grand County State of
This Blog Site
Hey there, It has been a couple months since I set up this blog site, and it seems (to me)