Groups speak out on Breaks management


Immediate solutions are in short supply for a federal agency looking to build a management plan for the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument. Public input is not.

During a lengthy public meeting Monday night, representatives from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management were inundated with written and verbal suggestions from a mixed crowd of about 50 area residents, hunters, landowners and environmentalists.

The forum was the fifth of 11 meetings scheduled across north-central Montana. The events are intended to poll public opinion on a variety of issues regarding BLM management of the m...

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