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  • Germination of Conservation Fortunes in the New Farm Bill Remains Uncertain

    After months of negotiations and several extensions of the 2002 legislation, Congress was finally able to craft a 2008 Farm Bill that garnered enough support on Capitol Hill to override the veto issued by the White House. As with most legislation similarl...
  • Climate Change Report for Hunters and Anglers Now Available

    A new report outlining the potential impacts of climate change on North America’s fish and game species has been released by a joint cooperation of nine leading conservation organizations, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. ...
  • Senate Committee Holds Hearing on OHV Use

    During a June 5 hearing, the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee reviewed the implications of increasing numbers of off-highway vehicle (OHV) users on public land, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. The panel listened to representat...
  • Montana Offers, Then Defers, Energy Leases on Rocky Mountain Front

    Montana was set to offer more than 800 acres of state land along the Rocky Mountain Front for oil and gas leases before pulling the offer at the last minute. The parcels, which included a 520-acre tract on the Blackleaf Wildlife Management Area, were expe...
  • Worth Reading

    Back in the Early Miocene, when I was pitted against higher education, literature research data were recorded on 3- by 5-inch notecards.  The data could be organized topically or chronologically.  Rarely was a student in that bleak Manual Typewriter Era...
  • States Open New Fronts in Bobwhite Restoration

    Progress for implementing the Northern Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) continues to build as more states put major quail-restoration campaigns in gear, reports the Wildlife Management Institute....