The Gallatin/Big Sky Noxious Weed Committee, MSU Extension- Gallatin County and FireSafe Montana are teaming up for a landowner workshop on August 4th, 2015 at the Jack Creek Preserve in Big Sky, MT.
The 2-hour workshop will provide landowners the basic knowledge and skills needed to understand the natural resources on their property. By the end of this workshop each participant will have a foundation to develop achievable goals for their property.
Click here for the workshop flier: Big Sky Workshop 2015
This story provides a great example of ‘working together for a FireSafe Montana’, and includes interviews with experts from multiple disciplines, including FSM Board member Byron Bonney of Bitterroot RCD. This news clip also shows how private, public, and other groups can work effectively together to reduce and manage wildfire risks in Montana. Congratulations to everyone involved!!!
An interesting report and map of moisture levels in each Montana county for April 2015 is now available at http://drought.mt.gov.