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UM Study Tracks Spending Patterns of Montana Visitors

 MISSOULA During 2015, an estimated 11.7 million nonresident visitors traveled in Montana. Each year, the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana surveys a sampling of these visitors in an effort to provide information about the “who, what, when, where, and why” of their travels...

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John Kruse, host of Northwestern Outdoors Radio
John Kruse, host of Northwestern Outdoors Radio
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Go Fish! Sunday on Northwestern Outdoors Radio

Fishing Rules!  That's why we'll be bringing you lots of fishing this week on Northwestern Outdoors Radio.

  • Wayne Heinz, author of the book "Depthfinders" shares the latest tech news about these fish finding machines and also gives some advice on making the most of the depthfinder you currently own
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Curious bears investigate a bear trap in Glacier National Park. (NPS Photo)
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Grizzly Bear Monitoring Continues in Glacier National Par

Visitors Asked to Respect Bear Traps and Be “Bear Aware” in Park
 
WEST GLACIER, MT – A long-term interagency program to monitor grizzly bear population trends in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem will continue at Glacier National Park this year...

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‘Harvest Of The Month’ Program Launches In Montana Schools

HELENA, Mont. -- After more than two years in development, Montana school and afterschool programs can now register for the Montana Harvest of the Month program which will encourage students to learn about where their food comes from, and how to choose nutritious foods...

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On their way to work on the Going-to-the-Sun Road (GTSR) on April 21, 2016, plowing crews discovered an avalanche more than 30 feet deep blocking the road at Haystack Creek. The avalanche is blocking the road and debris is plugging the stone archway that spans Haystack Creek. Due to continuing avalanche danger, crews will wait for safer conditions before returning to plow on the GTSR. (Photo: NPS)
On their way to work on the Going-to-the-Sun Road (GTSR) on April 21, 2016, plowing crews discovered an avalanche more than 30 feet deep blocking the road at Haystack Creek. The avalanche is blocking the road and debris is plugging the stone archway that spans Haystack Creek. Due to continuing avalanche danger, crews will wait for safer conditions before returning to plow on the GTSR. (Photo: NPS)
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Glacier Nat’l Park: Many Glacier, Chief Mountain Roads Open

Warm Weather Triggers Avalanches on Going-to-the-Sun Road

WEST GLACIER, MT – The National Park Service announced today that Many Glacier and Chief Mountain Roads on the east side of the Park are now open to vehicles for the season...

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NPS Launches Fish and Aquatics Plan Environmental Impact Statement

Comments Accepted through May 11
 
WEST GLACIER, MT – This week, Glacier National Park Superintendent Jeff Mow  announced the launch of a two-year comprehensive planning process to address large-scale issues affecting the park’s iconic lakes and streams, including non-native invasive species and climate change...

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