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Management plan for National Bison Range announced Management plan for National Bison Range announced

News from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service DENVER – Since 1908, when the National Bison Range in western Montana was established by President Theodore Roosevelt, this 18,800-acre national wildlife refuge has continued to play an important role in the conservation and recovery of American bison. Seve...

Conference seeks local solutions to keep indigenous people safe

PABLO – Those who filled Salish Kootenai College’s conference rooms last month were united by two factors: they knew the experience of having a loved one or community member go missing, and they were determined to keep indigenous people from harm in the future. The attendees were at a three-da...

Wildfire season slow this year due to weather, human caution

FLATHEAD RESERVATION – In recent years, Mission Valley residents have come to expect a thick blanket of smoke covering the region by late August.  This year’s blue skies are courtesy of a reduced number of human-started fires and timely precipitation, according to C.T. Camel, who is the C...

CSKT Game-Damage Hunts bring people together to manage land

News from CSKT A commonly asked question is: why can’t non-member private landowners hunt deer and/or elk on their private property on the Flathead Indian Reservation?  The answer can be found in the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ non-member regulations (part V, section 1A, hu...

Lake County opposes CSKT lawsuit

News from Lake County Commissioners  Lake County is actively opposing the lawsuit filed by the Confederated, Salish and Kootenai Tribes concerning a case developed in late May of 2019 in Missoula Federal Court against Lake County and Lori Lundeen who is a campground developer. A portion of the i...

Ninepipes Museum features swans Ninepipes Museum features swans

News from Ninepipes Museum CHARLO – It is a thrill one never tires of to see the big white trumpeter swans in the sky over the Mission Valley.  Join us at Ninepipes Museum on Saturday, Aug. 24, for a day of celebrating the trumpeter swans and view the recent installation of a nesting pair in ...

Public invited to learn about bears Public invited to learn about bears

News from People and Carnivores  LAKE COUNTY – Join us for a presentation on living with grizzlies in the Mission Valley. Protect yourself, your property, and the bears too. Join People and Carnivores and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to learn how bears are using this landsca...

Block party to stock Mission Valley food pantry

ST. IGNATIUS – There will be fun for the whole family and an opportunity to support the community at the second annual back to school block party. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Mission Valley Food Pantry.  “It brings everyone together. The kids got so excited to be able to ...

Fire danger 'very high'

News from CSKT Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes’ Division of Fire officials have determined fire danger within the Flathead Indian Reservation to be Very High.   Recent days have been extremely hot and dry with little to no moisture, causing vegetation and grasses to cure. This fine...

Hunter education class announced

News from CSKT  Class for the Polson, Ronan, Pablo summer Hunter Education course will start Tuesday, Aug. 20, in room 118 of the Beaverhead math and science building on the Salish Kootenai College campus in Pablo. The course is free of charge. All classes will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at 9 p.m. ...


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