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 The Great Falls Tribune recently reported on Montana’s Westslope Cutthroat Trout Conservation Project quoting Montana Fish Wildlife and Park’s assertion that the poisoning project is “showing good results.” “The goal of the project is to wipe out hybridized trout in the watershed by about 2017. That involves stocking pure genetic strains of the fish, which […]

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A recent article in the newspaper the Missoulian (MT) reported that an annual stream survey of native bull trout in the Swan River drainage reveals a continued decline in reproduction, while the number of spawning trout in the North Fork Flathead Basin also fell below average. Biologists believe the likely culprits are two introduced species. Tristan […]

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A recent poisoning disaster on Cherry Creek near Bozeman apparently hasn’t slowed Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks’ commitment to poison additional pristine waterways in the name of “native fish restoration.” The agency announced that this summer it will target seven mountain lakes and 18.5 miles of stream on the upper Boulder River in an attempt […]

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“Floods of humanity, lakes of peace, rivers of gold, the tides of war; all we are and do is linked to the water of life.” – David Mead “Of all the elements in the cosmological construct of the world, Fire, Water, Earth, Mineral and Nature, the Sage takes Water as his preceptor.” -Malidoma P. Some, […]

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