The Lewis and Clark Fuel Break Partnership formed to address fire risk and potential post-fire issues on private lands. That proactive and collaborative action was recognized with a 2014 Two Chiefs’ Partnership award.
Mountain locations which provide water in the form of snowmelt during the spring haven’t seen normal snowfall in the last two months, and during March Montana experienced declines of 11 to 35 percent.
The new NRCS state conservationist in Montana has been selected and will begin in May 2015. Read about this and other topics such as the Farm Bill, program activities, education and information campaigns, and current conservation issues, in the Spring 2015 issue of the newsletter.
NRCS is accepting ACEP applications to help productive farm and ranch lands remain in agriculture and to protect the nation's critical wetlands and grasslands, home to diverse wildlife and plants. Applications submitted by May 15, 2015 will be considered for fiscal year 2015 funding.
NRCS offices in Helena and Whitehall are currently accepting applications from private landowners for forestry improvement projects in the Tenmile Creek Watershed and South Hills in Lewis and Clark County and the Lump Gulch area near Clancy in Jefferson County.
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