Environmental groups say President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency budget could mean less grant money for pollution control, drinking water protection and Superfund clean up in Montana.
- Grants Make Montana Playgrounds More Accessible
- Hunting Group Puts Arby's Elk Sandwich In The Crosshairs
- EPA Cuts Could Mean Millions Less For Montana
- University Of Montana Pursuing Voluntary Staff Reductions
- Grizzly Bear Recovery Depends On Public Acceptance, Panelists Say
- Montana DEQ To Update Lincoln Residents On Upper Blackfoot Mining Cleanup
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Bobcats are relatively common in patchy habitats all across the U.S., but we don’t see them often because they are crepuscular or nocturnal and well camouflaged. But after a recent bobcat sighting, I'll be on the lookout for bobcats much more than I have before.