Feeling threatened

Frank, Matthew
May 2010
Missoula Independent;5/27/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 21, p8
The article focuses on the recommendation done during the deliberation of the Missoula Board of County Commissioners' (BCC) in Montana on the conservation of threatened species like the grizzly bear in a zoning activity in the Seeley Lake Regional Plan. It says that the lower zoning density was recommended to protect the wildlife in the area. It adds that the recommendation follows the Rural Initiatives in May 2010 and received comments from the U.S. Forest Services (USFS) and other departments.


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