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By Bebe Crouse
The Nature Conservancy in Montana 

Ramping up for summer work on TNC lands

 

© Steve Kloetzel/TNC

John Laut spraying invasive weeds at the Dancing Prairie Preserve north of Eureka.

Summer is upon us and that means Nature Conservancy crews are deep into their season of fieldwork but we haven't been idle over the winter and spring.

We were excited to complete the first leg of a two-part sale of land in the Ninemile/Woodchuck area to the Bureau of Land Management. The first 4,600 acres were transferred in April and we expect to close soon on an additional 6,400 acres bringing the total to 11,000 acres permanently conserved for public use. Lots of numbers, but the bottom line is there is now more land permanently secured for high quality hiking, hunting and biking. In add...



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