I was a closet environmentalist

Kesselheim, Alan S.
March 2008
High Country News;3/3/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p7
The article profiles Roger Muggli, a farmer and secretary at Tongue and Yellowstone (T&Y) Irrigation District, in Miles City, Montana. Muggli is managing its fourth-generation family farm and operates his own feed-pellet plant in the region. His work involves overseeing the distribution of water from the Tongue and Yellowstone Canal over 9,400 acres of farmland and builds passages for fishes trapped in the irrigation canal. In addition, he also manages the Twelve-Mile Dam constructed in 1886 which supply water across the farming area.


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