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Documenting Wildlife Corridors

  May 23, 2013. How much and which landscapes do wildlife in the Crown of the Continent need to persist as Earth's climate warms up?  Answering this question has kept Dr. John Weaver busy across the Rockies and beyond for over a decade as Senior Research Scientist for the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). 

Kootenai National Forest Releases DRAFT Forest Plan

  On January 3, after over 5 years in the making, the Kootenai National Forest has released its Draft Revised Forest Plan and associated Draft Impact Environmental Statement.  It's a massive document, but not unapproachable.  We ask that you commit some time to familiarize yourself with the essentials, attend an open house, and commen

Wildlife Conservation Society Releases New Report on Montana Roadless Lands

The renowned Wildlife Conservation Society released in June a monograph titled, "Conservation Values of Roadless Areas for Vulnerable Fish and Wildlife Species in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, Montana" by Dr. John Weaver. The report details the ecological values of roadless land throughout the Crown ecosystem. We note in particular the section on the North Fork Flathead River watershed.  The full report can be found here.

The Wildlife Conservation Society

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