Milk River Ranch
New interim-use rules have been developed for the former Milk River Ranch about 45 miles northwest of Havre.
HELENA —The first official tour of the Milk River Ranch by the four Fish, Wildlife and Parks commissioners has been canceled because they can’t get to the property.
Wet weather and poor road conditions have led to the cancellation of the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks' tour of the Milk River Ranch near Havre that was set for Tuesday.
GREAT FALLS — More landowners in north-central Montana are joining the protest of the state's purchase of a ranch along the Milk River by closing their land to public recreation.
A Gallatin County judge temporarily has blocked the use of $900,000 in university research funds to pay for archaeological and paleontological resources at the Milk River Ranch in northern Montana.
HELENA — Gov. Brian Schweitzer is shrugging off a judge's decision to temporarily block the use of university money in a state deal to buy a Milk River ranch for public recreation.
HELENA — After more than two hours of sometimes-heated testimony Monday, the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission voted 4-1 to purchase 2,992 acres on the Milk River Ranch north of Havre for $4.7 million.
After a lengthy debate that included about 35 north-central Montana landowners stating their opposition to the proposal, the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission approved the purchase of the 4,500-acre Milk River Ranch property during a telephone conference call meeting on Monday.
Two prominent sporting groups are asking the FWP Commission to extend the public comment period for the Milk River Ranch acquisition until at least 2013, after learning that federal funding for the purchase fell through.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks along with the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation are looking to purchase 4,505 acres of property on the Milk River, 42 miles northwest of Havre, part of which would be leased to the current owners by DNRC and part would be utilized as a wildlif…
Seven miles of the Milk River flow through a parcel of land whose purchase was approved by the FWP Commission on Dec. 10.
The Montana Board of Regents has agreed to pay $2 million for the rights to archaeological and paleontological artifacts on the Milk River Ranch, bringing the total to $7.7 million in public funding being paid to brothers David and Verges Aageson for their 4,505-acre parcel about 45 miles no…
Seven miles of the Milk River flow through a parcel of land that the FWP Commission approved buying.
HELENA -- Montana’s Land Board on Monday unanimously approved the purchase of the 4,505-acre Milk River Ranch for $5.7 million.
HELENA -- Montana’s Land Board unanimously approved the purchase of the 4,505-acre Milk River Ranch for $5.7 million.
Three land deals that would ensure public access to more than 6,800 acres of private land in north-central and northeastern Montana are under consideration by the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks.