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Northern Rockies Regional Office

Bison Belong

BisonNPCA, Along with other conservation groups and the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks negotiated a 30-year agreement with the Royal Teton Ranch to end cattle grazing on the ranch and to create a vital corridor that will allow Yellowstone bison to reach critical Gallatin National Forest winter range north of the park. Read More > >


Threats to Pronghorn

NPCA has worked to secure a dedicated pronghorn antelope migration corridor across public lands to preserve migration into Grand Teton National Park. The corridor includes Bridger-Teton National Forest, Grand Teton National Park, and the National Elk Refuge. The Bureau of Land Management also removed 9,000 acres of land proposed for oil and gas leasing from a crucial portion of the migration corridor through an area called Trappers Point. Cooperative work continuing with oil and gas companies and private landowners to preserve key parcels along migration with conservation easements. Read More >>


Glacier Endangered

FlatheadThe North Fork of the Flathead River is one of the most wild, biologically rich places in the world, but an open-pit coal mine has been proposed for its headwaters just 25 miles upstream of Glacier National Park. Hpwever Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer and British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell have recently signed an historic agreement in Vancouver, British Columbia that promises to protect the Transboundary Flathead River Valley from all types of mining and oil and gas extraction. Read More >

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