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2016 Newsletters

  • R2L News Dec 2016. 2016 land conservation accomplishments summary • Flathead Land Trust raising funds to protect key Sandhill Crane habitat and farmland • 2016 riparian restoration accomplishments • Fish, Wildlife and Parks headwaters conservation • Flathead River Commission seeks funding to improve
    Flathead River flood maps • Flathead Land Trust Annual Barn Bash raises funds for
    conservation • Ashley Creek Restoration Tour showcased successful project • Events
  • R2L News August 2016.  North Shore Conservation Fund launched • 150 people enjoy North Shore Boat Tour • Flathead Lakers present 2016 Stewardship Award to Liz and Rusby Seabaugh • New video showcases the R2L conservation and restoration vision • Events
  • R2L News May 2016.  Brenneman Slough property protected • Darrow family protects farm and wetlands near Creston • New Big Sky Watershed Corps Member hits his stride • Flathead Land Trust releases new Conservation Plan • Over 40 people participated in McWenneger Slough-Fairview Marsh Bike & Bird Tour •“This is Why…” story features Ashley Cr. restoration project • Flathead Audubon honor former R2L partners Dan & Susannah Casey •  Events
  • R2L News Feb 2016.  Flathead Lake North Shore Wildlife Management Area grows • 300 acres protected in the Smith and Mission valleys • Flathead River Steward Program growing • Look up in the skies for Trumpeter Swans • Flathead Land Trust shares draft Conservation Plan • Flathead Conservation District initiates watershed restoration planning project • Conservation easement tax incentives now permanent • Landowner stories • Events

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