Northwestern Outdoors Radio received first and second place Excellence in Craft awards in the category of "Best Audio" last week during the Northwest Outdoor Writer's Association annual conference that took place at the KwaTaqNuk Resort in Polson, Montana.
The following is from Tyler Lane, Chouteau County Extension Agent:
Have you ever been left home alone to manage the farm and ranch for a few days or hours? Have you been left to “watch” the cows during calving? How about being left at home during fire season to watch the place although all the equipment for firefighting went to the local fire? Do you know where the breaker boxes are, how to start the generator and where the propane/fuel shut off valves are if things should go wrong? Could you handle issues with your water system? Ever have a skunk in the window well or other varmints around the home and not have a clue as to how to get rid of them?
These and other issues farm/ranch women face will be the topic of a daylong, hands on workshop sponsored by the MSU Extension Chouteau County
Nineteen 4-H youth ages 7-16 spent Saturday teaching and entertaining a crowd of about 65 people with their 4-H presentations. There were 18 presentations, as one was a team presentation. Half of the presentations were from first-time participants at the Teton County 4-H Presentation event
(Helena, MT) – Glacier Bank has donated a 30 acre Harbor Village property along the Flathead River near Bigfork to Montana’s Outdoor Legacy Foundation.
Montana’s Outdoor Legacy Foundation (formerly Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Foundation) works to maintain and grow access to public lands in order to preserve the great outdoor experience that makes Montana unique
The Sunburst Middle School's 8th grade science class is one of fifteen national finalists in the Samsung "Solve for Tomorrow Competition. The five students, under teacher Kim Bloch, are working on a project to mitigate the problem of alkali blowing across the interstate just east of town
The Marias River Livestock Association, USDA Farm Service Agency, Front Range Counties Farm Bureau, and MSU Extension Service are teaming up to host a two-day seminar to assist farmers and ranchers in preparing to pass their family businesses on to the next generation
Bozeman, January 2, 2014—Millions of people are facing severe winter weather over the next few days, including right here inMontana. Montana Red Cross is watching the situation and is prepared to respond to emergencies when necessary.
DENVER--The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is announcing the availability of the Black-footed ferret Revised Recovery Plan (Plan). The Black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes) (ferret) was historically found throughout the Great Plains, mountain basins, and semi-arid grasslands of North America wherever prairie dogs occurred. The s
Sacramento, Calif – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is reopening the public comment period for 60 days for the proposal to list the western distinct population segment of the yellow-billed cuckoo as a Threatened Species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA)
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