TNC and Fish, Wildlife & Parks Double Size of Nevada Creek WMA


Steve Kloetzel, TNC

Nevada Creek WMA.

OVANDO - The Nevada Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is expanding thanks to the transfer of 760 acres of land from The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. The transfer protects a habitat corridor that connects elk and mule deer with winter range and protects headwater areas for the sensitive westslope cutthroat trout.  In the process, it will double the size of the Nevada Creek WMA and provide a new public access point to Helena National Forest land.

The project is part of a community conservation effort lead by TNC and Blackfoot Challenge known as the Black...

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