The North Fork Preservation Association (NFPA) will be presenting a “Tribute to the Activism of John Frederick” during their annual meeting at the Community Hall on Saturday, July 28. North Fork Historian Lois Walker will be presenting a slide show of John’s life followed by speakers who will talk about decades of challenges that threatened… Read More »
The NFPA website has a new post that begins… For those of you who can’t wait on the mail, the North Fork Preservation Association Summer 2018 Newsletter is now available online in the “Newsletters” section of the website. Enjoy! And mark your calendars… The NFPA annual meeting is July 28th starting at 5:30 at Sondreson Hall!… Read More »
The North Fork Preservation Association website has an interesting post that says pumas (or mountain lions) may not be a solitary as once thought. Read more about it here.
The North Fork Preservation Association website has a post that begins… For those of you who can’t wait on the mail, the North Fork Preservation Association Summer 2017 Newsletter is now available online in the “Newsletters” section of the website. Enjoy! Read the full post here.
Check out this cool photo from Greg Evans on the North Fork Preservation Association website.
The North Fork Preservation Association website says… Two years ago, we mentioned the weird stuff that goes on when bears hibernate. Here’s another article along those lines.
For those who are interested, the North Fork Preservation Association has published a report from Debo Powers on last Monday’s community climate solutions project meeting. You can read the report here.
The North Fork Preservation Association website reports that there is a lengthy but interesting article on efforts to reintroduce the black-footed ferret in The Missoulian. Read about it here.
The North Fork Preservation Association website says a couple of weeks ago, Alberta announced plans to protect the Castle wilderness region. Since then, the general press has picked up on the story. Read the full story here.
On Wednesday, September 2, an independent federal agency called the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) traveled to Choteau, Montana to hear from the public about proposed oil and gas development in the Badger-Two Medicine. The hearing was preparation for the ACHP’s recommendation to the U.S. Forest Service concerning whether or not the impacts of… Read More »