This week in The Montana Conservationist:
A story in Last Best News discusses the history of cooperation in the Musselshell Watershed, and the successes that cooperation has spawned. Then, it’s time to get out your clover seeds, as we hear from the USDA that Montana (the nation’s second largest honey producer) has been added to a list of six states that will receive $4 million to promote honeybee food sources. And, just when you thought it couldn’t be done, a Massachusetts researcher has found a way to cheat cheatgrass. In other news, the WOTUS hiatus is extended nationwide, and Mike Horse Dam is breached (in a good way). Plus, it’s report card time for the Mississippi watershed—does it get a passing grade? Read this week’s edition to find out!
It’s all in The Montana Conservationist for October 14.