KPAX reports that an area of high pressure will build over the northern Rockies allowing for very warm temperatures especially by the middle and end of this week. The highs to start the week will be in the 70’s with temperatures by the end of the week reaching the upper 70’s to middle 80’s. Every… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon reports that winter is slowly but surely releasing its icy grip on Glacier National Park, but there’s still plenty of snow standing in the way of opening the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road. As of last week, the Bowman Lake, Many Glacier, Two Medicine and Chief Mountain roads in Glacier National Park had been… Read More »
Memorial Day in Montana is the unofficial start to summer, and as boaters flock to the amazing rivers and lakes across the state, they need to keep in mind the new rules aimed at limiting and preventing aquatic invasive species from spreading. All watercraft coming into Montana from out of state must be inspected prior… Read More »
According to the 2017 Montana Gray Wolf Program Annual Report, population estimates suggest there are approximately 900 wolves in Montana. This marks the 13th consecutive year that Montana has far exceeded wolf recovery goals. FWP now estimates wolf numbers using a method called POM, or Patch Occupancy Modeling. The old way of trying to count… Read More »
Last Saturday a large group of friends and neighbors gathered at Sondreson Hall in memory of an extraordinary North Forker, John Frederick. This was an opportunity for folks to talk about all of John’s accomplishments over the decades on behalf of the North Fork and share memories. Here are some photos that Suzanne Daniel sent… Read More »
NBC Montana says hikers and bikers are enjoying their time on Glacier National Parks roads before they open to vehicles, but before they go there are some safety reminders for the road. Biking and hiking on Going to the Sun Road in the springtime means not worrying about vehicles. Read the full article here.
Things are happening this week. May 23 – Gardner’s Round Table AND the Wernick’s Farmers Market are starting at 10AM. Sorry for the confusion about the time. The Wernicks will have geraniums, seed potato starts, tomato starts, and other vegetable starts for sale. This event happens every other week throughout the summer. May 24 – First North… Read More »