HELENA — Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer is unhappy with federal land managers over a land conservation proposal he says was bungled.
The governor met Monday with federal officials from several agencies who were pitching the America's Great Outdoors Initiative.
Schweitzer said he is interested in the conservation plan. But he's skeptical about its success, given other lingering land management problems.
Schweitzer said he wants Yellowstone National Park to allow bison hunting. He also wants land managers to seriously look at his idea to relocate excess bison to the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area.