The first elk count surveys for the 2017 year are out for both the Madison and Ruby valleys, and both surveys show increased and healthy elk populations.
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The South Tobacco Root Watershed between Twin Bridges and Ennis, covering 31,500 acres of public land with 33 grazing allotments and 428 acres of unleased public land, is one of two watersheds recently analyzed by the Bureau of Land Management’s Dillon field office, according to a press release from the U.S. Department of Interior.
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.
Starting this summer, the Bureau of Land Management’s Dillon field office will analyze existing resource conditions on BLM-administered public lands within the South Tobacco Roots Watershed. Read what that means here: http://digital.madisoniannews.com/sub/account_login.asp