Filming Begins for New Adventure Feature – “Where the Yellowstone Goes”

Film sponsor, Trout Headwaters, Inc., hosted a celebration of the longest un-dammed river in the contiguous United States at the Yellowstone Valley Lodge on Aug. 26, 2011.  Dinner was served by Chef Josh Pastrama   Livingston, Mont. – A launch party was held on Friday, Aug. 26 at Yellowstone Valley…

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Where the Yellowstone Goes – Sneak a First Peek

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_ujfDRJ02g] The Yellowstone River remains one of our last natural waterways linking the America of today with an area only few have encountered. No other river in the world is more visited than the Yellowstone at Artist point, within the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park, yet 500 miles downstream…

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Native Fish Restoration: Codewords for Poison

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…

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Scientists, Naturalists, and Interested Volunteers: Apply to Participate in BioBlitz 2011

Apply to Participate in BioBlitz on the American Prairie Reserve June 23-25 in Malta, Montana. The American Prairie Foundation is accepting applications from scientific experts and citizen scientists to participate in a BioBlitz on the American Prairie Reserve, 50 miles south of Malta, June 23-25. A BioBlitz is a 24-hour…

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Unacceptable “Science” – Public Relations and Poison

The recent killing of 7 miles of Montana’s Cherry Creek, waters NOT targeted for poisoning, will likely become a watershed moment in a project long fraught by an unacceptable brand of “science.” For the planned project, it seems that best management practices have only been applied to public relations: “poisoning”…

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Trout Project Kills Fish Not Targeted by Poisoning

Poison being used to remove fish from a section of Montana’s Cherry Creek persisted longer than expected and killed nontarget fish Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reported recently in a press release.  The statement said fish were killed in the lower seven miles of Cherry Creek, a tributary of the Madison River…

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