Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program

By | July 19, 2012

Montana Partners for Fish and Wildlife is a national U.S. Fish and Wildlife program that works with private landowners and other organizations to protect, enhance and restore important fish and wildlife habitats on private lands. Rox Rogers, a Private Lands Biologist from this organization, attended this summer’s Interlocal meeting on July 11th. She described how she is currently helping a couple of North Fork residents with weed management and how other projects can include riparian restoration and upland management on private lands.

Rox is encouraging North Forkers who would like more information to visit their website at http://www.fws.gov/partners/contactUs.html or contact her directly either using email (Rox_Rogers@fws.gov) or phone at (406) 758-6880.

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