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BLM Testing New Management Plan System in Missoula

The Missoula-area Bureau of Land Management office is going to give residents a special opportunity to weigh-in on how nearby public lands are managed.

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Shareholders Approve Merger of Weyerhaeuser, Plum Creek

Shareholders have approved the merger of timber companies Weyerhaeuser and Plum Creek.

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Montana Looks at Partial Approval for Wilderness Area Mine

Montana officials are considering giving only partial approval to a $500 million silver and copper mine proposed beneath a wilderness area near the Idaho border.

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Senator Steve Daines Works to Mitigate the Future of Drought on Montana

Despite more recent weather activity in western Montana, U.S. Senator Steve Daines worked the floor today in Washington to ensure the state be prepared to respond to potential drought conditions and wildfire activity.

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Forest Service, Senators Agree on Need For More Logging

U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell says logging in Montana could be tripled over current levels and it is important to significantly increase forest restoration work.

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City of Missoula Plans for Death of 8,000 Urban Trees

Missoula Urban Forester Chris Boza said thousands of trees in the city are nearing the end of their life and that the city has completed a draft plan on what to do when they inevitably die.

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Governor Bullock Touts Forest Management Effort

Gov. Steve Bullock says a new state forestry management effort is more than about improving timber mills and forest health.

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Forest Bill Sponsored by Steve Daines Passes House, Seeks to Make Logging Easier

On Friday, September 21, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass the Restoring Healthy Forests for Healthy Communities Act, a bill which is designed to restrict litigation on timber harvests, make forests easier to use, and, after amendment, reinstate Secure Rural Schools funding for counties adjacent to federal lands.

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