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Donate for TV ads to stop yellowstone bison massacre

Donate for TV ads to stop yellowstone bison massacre

We are racing to stop the immediate and unnecessary slaughter of wild bison in Yellowstone National Park. We are putting up billboards and running ads on local television in Montana encouraging people to call Governor Steve Bullock who has the power to fight back...

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Stop the Yellowstone Massacre of Bison

Stop the Yellowstone Massacre of Bison

This week billboards went up west of Bozeman on the highway leading to Yellowstone National Park and in Helena near the state capitol building asking Governor Bullock to “Stop the Yellowstone Massacre.” This is the headline message overlaying a stark winter landscape...

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Cabinet-Yaak grizzly bears get day in court

Cabinet-Yaak grizzly bears get day in court

By ROB CHANEY rchaney@missoulian.com Originally published in The Missoulian here. Whether grizzly bear numbers in northwest Montana are stable, shrinking or growing, both sides of a lawsuit over their federal status agree there aren’t enough of them. But lawyers for...

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A Victory for the Lynx

A Victory for the Lynx

A federal court in Montana ruled Wednesday in favor of Alliance for the Wild Rockies and allies in their challenge to the federal government’s lack of protection in failing to designate critical habitat necessary for the survival and recovery of the rare and imperiled...

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Judge Halts Beaverhead Deerlodge Timber Project

Judge Halts Beaverhead Deerlodge Timber Project

by Laura Lundquist Originally published here. A federal judge halted a timber project Friday because the Forest Service might have overstepped its bounds in bypassing the public process. On Friday, Missoula federal District Judge Donald Molloy put a hold on the...

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NREPA: A wilderness bill that works

By Michael Garrity Originally published in The Missoulian here. The Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act, which lives up to its name, would protect the best of the last intact ecosystems and wildlands in the Rockies. For the first time, it has been introduced in...

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Logging in Hyalite, Bozeman Creek Remains On Hold

By Michael Wright Chronicle Staff Writer More waiting is in store on a logging project south of Bozeman. A Ninth Circuit Court judge ordered this week that an existing stay on the case will continue until the U.S. Supreme Court decides what to do with a separate case...

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Judge says climate change threatens wolverines

Judge says climate change threatens wolverines

MATHEW BROWN Associated Press View the article here. BILLINGS -- The Obama administration brushed over the threat that climate change poses to the snow-loving wolverine when it denied protections for the elusive predator also known as the "mountain devil," a federal...

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Greens Fight to Save Isolated Grizzly Bears

By PHILIP A. JANQUART  Originally published by Courthouse News Service.  MISSOULA, Mont. (CN) - An isolated remnant of America's top predator, the grizzly bear, still survives in northwest Montana, but faces extinction because the secretary of the interior kowtows to...

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