President Joe Biden's administration announced Tuesday that it will cancel two environmental rollbacks under former President Donald Trump that limited habitat protections for imperiled plants and wildlife.
The recovery of elk populations in Montana has now led many of the state’s hunters and landowners to a crossroads, a divisive debate over how best to manage this wildlife wealth.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California has been a leader in restricting offshore oil drilling since the infamous 1969 Santa Barbara spill that sparked the modern environmental movement, and the latest spill off Huntington Beach is prompting fresh calls for an end to such drilling.
A Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation administrator has charged that the Bureau of Land Management does not have the authority to grant a nonprofit group permits to graze bison on federal lands.
A Darby man with a long criminal history — including prison time for poaching — was sentenced to five years in prison recently for illegal outfitting and possessing parts of unlawfully killed animals.
The groups say that the permit could lead to increased algal blooms in the river, which is already suffering from unprecedented noxious algal blooms downstream from Big Sky.
Some saw a greener future and economic perks, and some saw a massive eyesore blighting the rural landscape in Butte residents’ backyards.
The Bureau of Land Management has extended the comment period from 60 to 90 days for its draft EA and FONSI for a bison grazing proposal on lands leased by American Prairie Reserve in Phillips County.
The Interior Department approved about 2,500 permits to drill on public and tribal lands in the first six months of the year. New Mexico and Wyoming had the largest number of approvals. Montana, Colorado and Utah also had hundreds each.
The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to approve the group’s request for 10-year grazing permits for cattle and bison on seven allotments across more than 69,300 acres of public land in Phillips County.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided Monday that it won't allow Wyoming and Montana to sue Washington state for denying a key permit to build a coal export dock that would have sent coal to Asia.
State environmental regulators have given nods to underground fuel tanks and a lagoon system to treat wastewater at a planned Love’s truck stop off Interstate 90 next to Ramsay.
The sponsor of the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline pulled the plug on the contentious project.
An exclusive Montana resort wants to turn sewage into snow so that its rich and famous members can ski its slopes in a winter season that's shrinking because of climate change.
Environmentalists have filed a new legal challenge to a U.S. government program that allows oil and gas pipelines to be built across wetlands, rivers and other bodies of water.
Democrats spoke out against the bill, believing that even as amended, it put federal funding in peril.
Attorneys general from 21 states on Wednesday sued to to overturn President Joe Biden’s cancellation of the contentious Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada.
Similar legislation has been vetoed in several previous sessions by Democratic governors, after being passed by Republican-dominated Legislatures.
To capture unique footage of a grizzly bear romping in the snow or a bald eagle swooping in to claim a morsel in Yellowstone National Park, Gardiner-based filmmaker Bob Landis has always been required to purchase a permit from the National Park Service.