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Plant Materials Center, Special K Ranch Help Preserve Montana's Champion Trees

Conservation problems can be solved many ways, like implementing more efficient systems, utilizing new conservation practices and technologies, using superior plant materials, and making wise use of our natural resources.

Conserve Our Western Roots

The Sage Grouse Initiative, a partnership of ranchers, agencies, universities, non-profit groups, and businesses that embrace a common vision of wildlife conservation through sustainable ranching, has produced several new resources that show why roots matter in sagebrush grasslands.

Conservation Efforts for Sage Grouse Have Underground Roots

NRCS works with ranchers to manage native plant communities, improving the health of working rangelands and the livestock and wildlife that depend on them.

MLRA Soil Survey Office Leader Co-Authors Article in NPS Park Science Magazine The article highlights water balance models in Glacier Park. Soil can be considered a natural bank account, where water is a currency, then like balancing a checkbook, water balance models track water input and loss.
Conservation Easement Workshops in Central Montana

NRCS and its conservation easement partners are hosting three conservation easement workshops in central Montana the first week of May. Workshop speakers will explain different easements and how those can be used in many different situations.

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