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Bud Moore, Montana conservationist

Montana Conservationist Bud Moore

The UM Mansfield Library and CFC invite you to the opening of the Bud Moore papers at the Mansfield Library Archives and Special Collections on Thurs., Aug. 7 at 3 p.m. The collection contains articles, photographs, videos, maps, journals and more created by and about Moore. Read more.
Contribution of nonresident spending to Montana

Contribution of nonresident tourism to Montana's economy

In 2013, more than 11 million nonresidents visited Montana, spending $3.6 billion in the state, according to research now published by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research (link to pdf).
Montana's native cutthroat trout

Climate Change Accelerates Trout Hybridization

A new article by researchers from the University of Montana, the U.S. Geological Survey and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks asserts that climate warming is increasing the hybridization of trout in the interior western United States.

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Pronghorn antelope migration

Wildlife Biology Professor Highlights Importance of Mammal Migration

Wildlife biology professor Mark Hebblewhite weighs in on new findings of how far zebras and other mammals migrate in Africa. Read more in National Geographic.

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Continue the legacy of forester and conservationist Bud Moore. The William R. (Bud) and Jane Buckhouse Moore Graduate Research Endowment will support graduate students at the CFC focused on the Northern Rockies Crown of the Continent bioregion. Give your support now.

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