Conflict over public access in the Crazy Mountains has been a chronic problem. Due to the checkerboard land ownership, many of the trails cross several miles of private land. In recent years, tensions between landowners, public land access advocates, and the Forest Service are running particularly high. Five trails in the Crazy Mountains,
Livingston-based Park County Environmental Council and local landowners filed an administrative appeal on Thursday to protest the March 13, 2018, competitive oil and gas lease sale proposed by the Bureau of Land Management’s Butte Field Office.
Last Friday, Park County Environmental Council and local landowners filed an administrative appeal to protest the March 13, 2018 competitive oil and gas lease sale proposed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)’s Butte Field Office. Of the 63,496 acres of federal public land up for auction throughout Montana, some of the leases
Windrider Transit seeks to provide an efficient and courteous free fixed-route service delivery system to citizens and disabled persons in Park County, Montana. Go, Livingston!
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Next March, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management plans to auction off more than 60,000 acres of public and private lands in Montana to oil and gas companies.
Some of these leases are particularly troubling — they border the community of Livingston, the Yellowstone River, and would be within in our view shed of the iconic