The Nature Conservancy Lands in Western Montana Closed to all Recreation
By angelamontana


Due to extreme fire conditions, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) lands in western Montana are temporarily closed to all public access until conditions improve.

TNC joins private timber companies, Weyerhaeuser and Stimson Lumber Company, in closing their western Montana lands to all public recreation, due to extreme fire danger.

FWP helps to manage hunter access and recreation on some private lands, including TNC and some corporate timber companies. Hunters and recreationists should review closures and restrictions before heading out.

Fall hunting seasons and districts are all open as planned, but many areas have wildfire-related land closures, such as these, that affect hunter access and travel. Fire danger remains extreme region-wide, so hunters should use extra caution.

For up-to-date information on the above closures and others on Block Management Areas and FWP lands, visit fwp.mt.gov, or call the FWP office in Missoula at 406-542-5500.

Fire closures and maps that include Forest Service and BLM public lands, visit InciWeb online at inciweb.nwcg.gov/state/27/.

(via FWP)






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