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Gracie is Glacier National Park’s new “Bark Ranger.” She is being trained to help minimize dangerous human- wildlife interactions at Logan Pass by shepherding bighorn sheep and mountain goats away from the Logan Pass Visitor Center parking lot. (NPS Photo, Mark Biel)
Gracie is Glacier National Park’s new “Bark Ranger.” She is being trained to help minimize dangerous human- wildlife interactions at Logan Pass by shepherding bighorn sheep and mountain goats away from the Logan Pass Visitor Center parking lot. (NPS Photo, Mark Biel)
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“Bark Ranger” to Protect Glacier’s Goats

 Through a Pilot Program a Herding Dog Is Being Trained To Prevent Dangerous Human-Wildlife Interactions at Logan Pass
 
WEST GLACIER, MT – Glacier National Park, through NPS Centennial year funding from the Glacier National Park Conservancy, is implementing a pilot project to determine if a trained herding dog, “Gracie,” will help to reduce human-wildlife interactions at Logan Pass this summer...

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(From Left): John Pfister, MSU Extension Central Region Department Head, Jane Wolery, MSU Extension Teton County, Dr. Jeff Bader, MSU Extension Director, Dan Lucas, MSU Extension Granite County, Steve Siegelin, MSU Extension Western Region Department Head at Promotion and Tenure Ceremony.  (Photo by Darren Beadle)
(From Left): John Pfister, MSU Extension Central Region Department Head, Jane Wolery, MSU Extension Teton County, Dr. Jeff Bader, MSU Extension Director, Dan Lucas, MSU Extension Granite County, Steve Siegelin, MSU Extension Western Region Department Head at Promotion and Tenure Ceremony. (Photo by Darren Beadle)
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Teton Co. Agent Promoted

Jane Wolery, MSU Extension Teton County Agent, was recently promoted to the rank of full professor.  Wolery, who has served MSU Extension in Teton County since 1998, submitted a dossier detailing the body of her work which was reviewed by out-of-state peers, in-state peers, regional, college and university committees, and administration to determine if her work met the standards and rigor to qualify her for promotion from the rank of associate professor to full professor...

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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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