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Rethinking Trapping And Public Lands

The Montana Trap-Free Public Lands Initiative (I- 177) An initiative that's on this November's ballot in Montana, if approved, will place Montana in the fore of public land management. Montana, the fourth largest state in the country, is known for its remarkable natural resources. Glacier National Park is a jewel. Montana's rivers and streams feed both oceans and three of North America's major river basins.
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