NRCS, in partnership with the Gallatin Valley Land Trust, closed a 959-acre easement with the Toohey family to protect prime farmland from subdivision and development in Gallatin County.
Senator Jon Tester is holding listening sessions across Montana to focus on aspects of the next Farm Bill, including conservation and forest management, livestock, grain crops, food safety initiatives, and specialty crops.
Following the 2011 floods on the Musselshell River, NRCS encouraged landowners to allow cottonwood seedlings to grow. A report summarizes the cottonwood and willow seedling recruitment during monitoring conducted from 2012 to 2016.
Weevils like the seed-eating Larinus minutus and the root-boring Cyphocleonus achates add another layer of defense against knapweed invasion. When the two weevils are used in conjunction, knapweed loses its competitive advantage over native species.
October 25, Missoula, Double Tree Edgewater
October 26, Dillon, University of Montana Western Campus, Lewis and Clark Room
October 27, 2016, Livingston, Yellowstone Pioneer Lodge
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