All in for water conservation in Montana
Last updated 5/12/2022 at 8:49am
Director, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
This story is featured in Montana Outdoors May/June 2022 issue.
Looks like we’re in for another dry summer. As this issue of Montana Outdoors goes to press in mid-April, snowpack is below or far below normal for most of Montana, with predictions of continued severe or extreme drought. That could change with some heavy late-spring snows, but I wouldn’t bet on it.
Here’s what that means for Montana’s fish, wildlife, and outdoor recreation — and what all of us can do to help. Last year was Montana’s driest in more than tw...