Articles written by Tim Love

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  • A bill for fish, wildlife and people

    Tim Love, Missoula, Montana|Jan 20, 2022

    In November, the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act (BCSA) received a hearing in a Senate committee, putting the bill on track for passage within the next year. As a member of the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Project (BCSP) steering committee, I helped develop the bill. I’m proud that the most recent polling shows that 75% of Montanans, across the political spectrum, support the bill. That’s because the steering committee carefully considered how the bill can best meet the needs of the Blackfoot’s fish and wildlife populations, and of th...

  • BCSA supports local economy and recreation

    Jack Rich - Gordy Sanders - Jim Stone - Tim Love, Seeley Lake, Ovando and Missoula, Montana|Sep 17, 2020

    Over fifteen years ago, folks from Seeley Lake and Ovando sat at the conference table at Pyramid Mountain Lumber with three goals: support local timber jobs and healthy forests, increase recreational use in the Lolo National Forest, and permanently conserve some of the wildest places in Montana. What resulted from that meeting and countless gatherings after it is the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Project, which Senator Tester introduced as legislation in June 2019. We’ve held many public meetings and have honed the Blackfoot Clearwater S...

  • UM students translate theory into practice in forestry classes

    Tim Love and Beth Dodson, UM adjunct instructor and UM associate professor of forest operations|May 16, 2019

    OVANDO - Students in the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana have the unique opportunity to step outside the classroom and into the forest to develop actionable land management plans through a variety of courses. One of these classes is Forest Planning, where forestry students work together in teams to prepare a forest plan for a landowner. Course instructor Tim Love is a former district ranger for the U.S. Forest Service, Seeley Lake Ranger District...

  • Marx Will Continue the Tradition

    Tim Love, Missoula, Mont.|Apr 28, 2016

    Addrien Marx is running for HD92. We support her. It was with some sadness that we read of Addrien leaving the business [Rovero’s] that she and Larry started some 20 years ago. We watched the business begin with hope and saw it flourish through the years due to the attention of its owners and the wonderful staff that she employed. Addrien has contributed much of her personal time and resources to make Seeley Lake a better place to live and enjoy. Addrien understands that Montana needs a thriving economy while protecting our natural resources a...