Putting the "Public" Back in "Public Trust"

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Recent Additions to
Issues & Bridges

Gianforte's FWP Recreation Site Easement Grab

Wilks Brothers captive deer breeding game ranching - their idea of "wildlife management".

BLM breaking faith with the Public/Wilks Brothers land exchange draft proposal rebuttal

Wilks Illegal Fencing Situation Page
Wilks Illegal Fencing Interactive Map

Ecosystem services lost to oil and gas in North America - 2015, University of Montana - Habitat Issues

Ecosystem services supplementary materials (for paper above)

Private Lands Where Landowners Authorize Licensed Hunting Outfitters To Operate 2012 Map

UPOM's Landowner Hypocrisy

USFWS Sage Grouse - "Best Available Scientific and Commercial Data" ?

Bill Hoppes Domestic Sheep Threat

 

Elk Brucellosis Lawsuit
Enhancing Montana's Wildlife & Habitat
v.
Fish, Wildlife & Parks,
F ish and Wildlife Commission

Custer-Gallatin National Forests Working Group

The Danger of H.R. 1526 to our Public Trust
with a presentation by Montana hunter, angler and public land advocate Art Canfield

Kristen Juras, pg. 58 - MT's Stream Access An "Erosion" of riparian landowners rights.

Tally of Bullwhacker Public Comments (including some of the 191 pages of "found" electronic comments. 61% majority for a road bypass.

Missing BLM Bullwhacker Access Public Comments from a Federal Record

Outfitter Connection

FWP's Elk Shoulder Season

FWP's Gutting of Game Damage

Scientists' Letter in Support of Bison Restoration

Forest Service Rd. 166B Access restored

Two new Wild Bison in Montana video documentaries

Montana's "Brucellosis Breeding" Wyoming Feedground
Brucellosis disease amplification threatening our state

Montana Sen. Jennifer Fielders Doublespeak
on Federal Public Lands

 

 

 

 


Recent News & Blog Articles

For recent News & Blog Articles please subscribe to the EMWH Newsletter

The EMWH Newsletter is freely given to anyone who wishes to subscribe, not because it has no value, but because we are investing in the Public Trust process which is of greater value. We dont want to deny someone simply because they cannot afford it. If you can, please help contribute to EMWH financially, but most of all, please subscribe and share our newsletters.
Our Public Trust is priceless.

Click the E-Mail button & write "Subscribe" in the subject line.

Please visit our EMWH Newsletter Archive
for previous news and articles


Satirical Magpie

Conservation Death By A 1000 Cuts Editorial Cartoon

All the King's Horses Editorial Cartoon

Conservation Ass Kicking! Editorial Cartoon


New Academic Paper &
Resource Postings
Promoting Open Source

Does increased forest protection correspond to higher fire severity in frequent-fire forests of the western United States? 2016

Ecological Simplification: Human Influences on Riverscape Complexity 2015

Gravel Bed Floodplains Are the Ecological Nexus of Glaciated Mountain Landscapes 2016

Reducing the Wildland Fire Threat to Homes: Where and how much? - Cohen

Age and sex identification from wings of Sage Grouse 2015

Livestock Management for Coexistence with Large Carnivores, Healthy Land and Productive Ranches

USFWS Endangered Species Act, Section 7 Handbook

Area burned in the western United States is unaffected by recent mountain pine beetle outbreaks

Management for Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Suppression: Does Relevant Science Support Current Policy?

Headwaters Economics Presentation - Wunderlust, whats driving growth?

BLM Land Use Planning Handbook

BLM NEPA Handbook

Climate change is advancing spring onset across the U.S. national park system 2016

Restoration of Riparian Areas Following the Removal of Cattle in the Northwestern Great Basin

GAO Report: Unauthorized Grazing 2016

FWP Strategic Plans, last updated 2008

Access Problem ID Form PDF with agency contact list on the back.

Are Wildlife Recreationists Conservationists? Linking Hunting, Birdwatching, and Pro-Environmental Behavior

Bighorn Sheep Pneumonia - Sorting out the cause. 2013

Supplemental feeding alters migration of a temperate ungulate

BLM H-2200 Land Exchange Handbook

BLM H-1741-1 Fencing Standards Handbook

The Wildfire Burden Report 2014

2013 MEPA Handbook

Cost Benefit Analysis of a Reduction in Elk Brucellosis Seroprevalence in the Southern Greater Yellowstone Area

Cost Benefit Analysis Power Point Presentation - Shumaker presentation at USAHA Fall 2013 Conference

Epizootic Pneumonia of Bighorn Sheep following Experimental Exposure to Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae 2014


Conservation Postcards - Here is your country

Ethical Hunting - Journey of Challenge

Videos - 150 Mile Mule Deer Migration

 


Recent Additions to
Issues & Bridges

Gianforte's FWP Recreation Site Easement Grab

Wilks Brothers captive deer breeding game ranching - their idea of "wildlife management".

BLM breaking faith with the Public/Wilks Brothers land exchange draft proposal rebuttal

Wilks Illegal Fencing Situation Page
Wilks Illegal Fencing Interactive Map

Ecosystem services lost to oil and gas in North America - 2015, University of Montana - Habitat Issues

Ecosystem services supplementary materials (for paper above)

Private Lands Where Landowners Authorize Licensed Hunting Outfitters To Operate 2012 Map

UPOM's Landowner Hypocrisy

USFWS Sage Grouse - "Best Available Scientific and Commercial Data" ?

Bill Hoppes Domestic Sheep Threat

 

Elk Brucellosis Lawsuit
Enhancing Montana's Wildlife & Habitat
v.
Fish, Wildlife & Parks,
F ish and Wildlife Commission

Custer-Gallatin National Forests Working Group

The Danger of H.R. 1526 to our Public Trust
with a presentation by Montana hunter, angler and public land advocate Art Canfield

Kristen Juras, pg. 58 - MT's Stream Access An "Erosion" of riparian landowners rights.

Tally of Bullwhacker Public Comments (including some of the 191 pages of "found" electronic comments. 61% majority for a road bypass.

Missing BLM Bullwhacker Access Public Comments from a Federal Record

Outfitter Connection

FWP's Elk Shoulder Season

FWP's Gutting of Game Damage

Scientists' Letter in Support of Bison Restoration

Forest Service Rd. 166B Access restored

Two new Wild Bison in Montana video documentaries

Montana's "Brucellosis Breeding" Wyoming Feedground
Brucellosis disease amplification threatening our state

Montana Sen. Jennifer Fielders Doublespeak
on Federal Public Lands

 

 

 

 


Recent News & Blog Articles

For recent News & Blog Articles please subscribe to the EMWH Newsletter

The EMWH Newsletter is freely given to anyone who wishes to subscribe, not because it has no value, but because we are investing in the Public Trust process which is of greater value. We dont want to deny someone simply because they cannot afford it. If you can, please help contribute to EMWH financially, but most of all, please subscribe and share our newsletters.
Our Public Trust is priceless.

Click the E-Mail button & write "Subscribe" in the subject line.

Please visit our EMWH Newsletter Archive
for previous news and articles


Satirical Magpie

Conservation Death By A 1000 Cuts Editorial Cartoon

All the King's Horses Editorial Cartoon

Conservation Ass Kicking! Editorial Cartoon


New Academic Paper &
Resource Postings
Promoting Open Source

Does increased forest protection correspond to higher fire severity in frequent-fire forests of the western United States? 2016

Ecological Simplification: Human Influences on Riverscape Complexity 2015

Gravel Bed Floodplains Are the Ecological Nexus of Glaciated Mountain Landscapes 2016

Reducing the Wildland Fire Threat to Homes: Where and how much? - Cohen

Age and sex identification from wings of Sage Grouse 2015

Livestock Management for Coexistence with Large Carnivores, Healthy Land and Productive Ranches

USFWS Endangered Species Act, Section 7 Handbook

Area burned in the western United States is unaffected by recent mountain pine beetle outbreaks

Management for Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Suppression: Does Relevant Science Support Current Policy?

Headwaters Economics Presentation - Wunderlust, whats driving growth?

BLM Land Use Planning Handbook

BLM NEPA Handbook

Climate change is advancing spring onset across the U.S. national park system 2016

Restoration of Riparian Areas Following the Removal of Cattle in the Northwestern Great Basin

GAO Report: Unauthorized Grazing 2016

FWP Strategic Plans, last updated 2008

Access Problem ID Form PDF with agency contact list on the back.

Are Wildlife Recreationists Conservationists? Linking Hunting, Birdwatching, and Pro-Environmental Behavior

Bighorn Sheep Pneumonia - Sorting out the cause. 2013

Supplemental feeding alters migration of a temperate ungulate

BLM H-2200 Land Exchange Handbook

BLM H-1741-1 Fencing Standards Handbook

The Wildfire Burden Report 2014

2013 MEPA Handbook

Cost Benefit Analysis of a Reduction in Elk Brucellosis Seroprevalence in the Southern Greater Yellowstone Area

Cost Benefit Analysis Power Point Presentation - Shumaker presentation at USAHA Fall 2013 Conference

Epizootic Pneumonia of Bighorn Sheep following Experimental Exposure to Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae 2014


 

Research by Kathryn QannaYahu

Site designed and maintained by Kathryn QannaYahu

 

 








 

 



 

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