Unique river easement OK’d by Fish and Wildlife Commission

ARTICLE Billings, Mont. (February 12, 2016) - The Fish and Wildlife Commission on Thursday unanimously approved a first-of-its-kind channel migration easement allowing the Yellowstone River to roam, though concerns of how it may affect a downstream user almost stalled the proposal. (more…)
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After 15 years, conservation easement tax incentives become permanent

ARTICLE Helena, Mont. (January 7, 2016) - It was nearly 17 years ago that a pair of conservation-minded Montanans began a quest to help working ranchers and farmers keep their land in agriculture. In the recently passed federal budget bill, the initiative Rock Ringling and Bill Long spearheaded became a permanent part of conservation law. (more…)
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