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Rethinking Trapping And Public Lands

Eric Uhlfelder | Posted 10.14.2016 | Home
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Eric Uhlfelder

If the initiative passes, this is a big deal, not only because Montana has a lot of public lands--one third of the state or 50,000 square miles--and a long trapping tradition, but it will punctuate the growing shift to keeping state public lands safer for everybody.