The Nature Conservancy
An interesting thing about The Nature Conservancy’s major renovation project on Silver Creek is you may not notice it.
The Nature Conservancy of Montana has donated approximately 40 acres of private land to the Forest Service for addition to the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, according to a news release.
A public hearing on an FWP proposal to buy three conservation easements north of Drummond is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. on Wednesday in the Drummond Community Hall.
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The Steel Creek Ranch is located in the Big Hole Valley of southwestern Montana.
Whitetail Creek is part of the Swan River State Forest that was sold to the state.
The Carroll eastment is home to sage grouse, Sprague's pipits, pronghorns, mule deer, swift foxes and ferruginous hawks.
The Steel Creek Ranch abuts the Pioneer Mountains.
The property offers views of the Swan Mountain Range.
The Carroll easement in northern Valley County includes native short grass prairie lands. The Nature Conservancy signed a deal with the landowner, Sterling Carroll, to put more than 7,000 acres of his property in a conservation easement.
Sage grouse gained a guarantee in 2012 that a portion of their brushy prairie habitat in northeastern Montana won’t be developed.
CASPER, Wyo. — The Pinedale-based Wyoming Land Trust recently laid off three of its four employees and will transfer conservation easements to other land trust groups.
GREAT FALLS — Two antelope met nose-to-nose one day in March in northeastern Montana, a barbed-wire fence keeping them on opposite sides of the prairie.
This photo provided by The Nature Conservancy shows antelope face-to-face on opposite sides of the fence in Phillips County, in northeastern Montana. Remote cameras, installed by The Nature Conservancy of Montana (TNC) at its 60,000-acre Matador Ranch in south Phillips County, are documentin…
A 101-year-old Wyoming cattle and dude ranch cuddled up next to the eastern front of the Bighorn Mountains has been permanently protected with the creation of a 2,166-acre conservation easement.
HEART MOUNTAIN, WYO. — Perhaps the most immediately visible and recognizable landmark in Wyoming’s Bighorn Basin is Heart Mountain, an 8,123-foot butte rising from the valley floor that can be seen for miles in every direction.
HELENA — The Nature Conservancy says it has transferred 800 acres of former Plum Creek Timber land to the U.S. Forest Service.
Places favored by birds migrating through Wyoming is the topic of a free public program Thursday hosted by the Meadowlark Audubon Society of the Big Horn Basin.
CODY, Wyo. — Improving 200,000 acres of rangeland and 164 miles of perennial streams isn’t an easy task, unless you have a small army of volunteers willing to help and a team of ranchers to make it happen.
Katherine Thompson of The Nature Conservancy holds a map of the 1,800 acres of wildlife habitat the group plans to sell to the Bureau of Land Management.