The purpose of the Sept. 13 meeting was for members of the collaborative and the general public to ask questions about the project, as well as develop talking points for a comment letter from the GLC.
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In an Oct. 24 ruling, United States District Judge Sam Haddon issued an order in favor of the United States Forest Service and a prescriptive right to trail No. 328, or the Indian Creek Trail, which provides public access to the Lee Metcalf Wilderness and crosses a parcel of the 80 acre Wonder Ranch.
A complaint filed in August 2014 regarding Indian Creek Trail No. 328 will begin its trial starting July 27 and will run an expected five days or more, according to the United States District Court, District of Montana, clerk of court’s office. The Indian Creek trail and trailhead is a well-known and used trail among […]
The Blue Lake Fire, which is burning 10 miles southwest of Ennis was 629 acres and 30 percent contained as of July 26 at 8 a.m., according to the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest.
On July 25, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest will begin work on the dams at the upper and lower Branham Lakes, according to Leona Rodreick, public affairs officer with the BDNF.
Lightning caused two fires in the Gravelly Mountains southwest of Ennis, which were discovered late afternoon on Thursday, June 30, according to Leona Rodreick, public information officer for the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest.
Federal judge orders Forest Service examine impacts of domestic sheep grazing on public lands in Madison County
Over the course of two days, 332 fifth through eighth-graders gathered at the foot of Sphinx Mountain in the Madison Mountain Range to participate in the camp, hosted by the Forest Service. Students from Alder, Cardwell, Harrison, Ennis, Sheridan, Twin Bridges and West Yellowstone participated.
Students in Sheridan High School’s agricultural classes are nearly done with a class project in which they constructed a stock feed bunk to be placed at the Bear Creek trailhead.
The Bear Creek trailhead, 20 miles south of Ennis, is a popular area throughout the year and is one of very few trailheads in the Madison Valley that provides camping that supports stock access into the wilderness.
During the summer months, many Madison County producers utilize federal and state lands to graze cattle.