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Sheep in Montana – Domestic and Wild The State of Things and What We Know About Disease

2.11.17

Sheep in Montana – Domestic and Wild The State of Things and What We Know About Disease

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A Symposium – February 9-10, 2017 – Helena, Montana  Sponsored by the Montana Wool Growers Association, Montana Wild Sheep Foundation, and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks   READ MORE HERE: Sheep In Montana - Domestic and Wild The State of Things and What We Know About Disease.
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2.6.17

WSF Signs On To American Wildlife Conservation Partnership (AWCP) Letter on USFWS Alaska Rule

Dear Speaker Ryan and Leader McCarthy,

We write representing organizations that collectively include millions of wildlife conservationists, hunter conservationists, wildlife enthusiasts, and wildlife scientists, in strong support of HJ Res. 49 from Cong. Young (AK), which would nullify the US Fish and Wildlife Services (FWS) final rule “Non-Subsistence Take of Wildlife, and Public Participation and Closure Procedures, on National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska” (81 Fed Reg 52248 (August 5, 2016)). Our community exhausted all Executive Branch appeals and remedies urging the FWS to slow down the Proposed Rule, and revise it to reflect a proposal mutually agreed to by the State of Alaska and the FWS; all to no end. It is time for Congress to nullify this final rule. 


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 WILD SHEEP FOUNDATION EXPECTS TO RAISE & DIRECT $3 MILLION+ FOR WILD SHEEP CONSERVATION THROUGH SPECIAL PERMIT AND TAG AUCTIONS

1.17.17

WILD SHEEP FOUNDATION EXPECTS TO RAISE & DIRECT $3 MILLION+ FOR WILD SHEEP CONSERVATION THROUGH SPECIAL PERMIT AND TAG AUCTIONS

BOZEMAN, MONT. The Bozeman, Mont., based Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) has announced that it expects to raise more than $3 million for state, provincial and tribal wild sheep conservation during the auctions of special conservation permits and tags at the foundation’s upcoming convention in Reno, Nevada.

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