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Fire Bans in Montana

There are over 20 active wildfires across the state.

Wildfires are any unwanted, unplanned fires that burn in forests and other wildlands, such as shrub or grass communities.They’re a powerful natural force we must fully understand, and respect, in order to best help control.

Nearly nine out of 10 wildfires nationwide are caused by humans and could have been prevented.Wildfires can affect Montana’s landscape, air quality, wildlife, agriculture, tourism, and recreation.

Broadwater County does not currently have any restrictions, but make sure to check the Montana fire restrictions website for current fire bans across the state.

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24Jul 17

On the Farm Fridays

Broadwater CD is starting "On the Farm Fridays" but we need your help! At the end of each week we would like to feature a beautiful photo and/or great story…

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19Jul 17

The Montana Conservationist July 19

Greetings TMC readers! We're back from our little summer break, and my goodness you were busy while we were gone! This issue is chock full of news about the stupendous…

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18Jul 17

Snake Season is Here

Snake season is here. Not a hunting season, but a season to admire Montana’s snakes for what they are: a vital cog in the natural world that serves an important…

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A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers but borrowed from his children.

-John Audubon

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