As the state moves into Phase 2 of Governor Steve Bullock’s Reopening the Big Sky Plan, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks offices and visitor centers will open to the public June 3.
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing so many parts of life in Montana this year – hunter and bowhunter education is no different. In response to social distancing requirements and restrictions on group gatherings, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is turning to online courses for all students …
Due to health concerns for students and volunteers, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is postponing all hunter and bowhunter education classes that are scheduled through March 30, at which point FWP will reassess the situation.
Governor Steve Bullock and Senator Jon Tester today sent a letter to Commissioner Robert Manfred welcoming Major League Baseball (MLB) to Montana to discuss concerns with the proposal to undermine Minor League Baseball (MiLB) in the state.
Libby's Ryggs Johnston was one of a trio David Puig and Cameron Sisk carding three under 68s to lead Arizona State past in-state rival and 36-hole leader Arizona in blustery wind to take an eight-stroke victory at 20-under-par 832.
A Montana Animal & Bird Tracking Class sponsored by the 2020 Libby Hostel will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday, January 11, beginning with a classroom lecture of about 45 minutes at the Kootenai Mercantile, 316 California Avenue, Libby, then off for a day in the field until about 3 p.m.
Mystery Ranch has just announced their continued commitment and sponsorship of One Montana’s 2020 Master Hunter Program with the launch of the Mystery Ranch Scholarship Program. Mystery Ranch will cover the full $345 cost for one applicant to participate in the 2020 Master Hunter Program.