Montana Public Radio has a list of links to some great information you can use to prepare for and monitor the 2018 fire season. Check it out here.
NBC Montana has a story that begins… Smoke from fires in Utah, Nevada and Colorado is making its way north into Montana and Idaho, according to the National Weather Service in Missoula. Read the full story here.
Visiting a Montana fishing access site on July 4 is a great idea – just leave the fireworks at home. Montana has enjoyed a fairly wet spring and early summer, but fire season in Montana is just around the corner. This means it’s everyone’s responsibility to be careful with fire and any potential sources of… Read More »
Despite a wet spring, our more typical hot and dry summer is on the horizon for Montana, so campers, hikers and anglers need to be prepared to prevent wildfires statewide. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds everyone who plans to be outdoors to be cautious of fire danger on public and private lands. “If you’re… Read More »
Allen Chrisman, co-chair of the North Fork Landowners Association’s Fire Mitigation committee, reports … The July/August/September Outlook is posted. The bottom line is that it could be worse. They are forecasting a above normal July for North Idaho and the Kootenai west of us. I know our precip the last two weeks has made a difference,… Read More »