3 edition of Montana access guide to federal and state lands found in the catalog.
Montana access guide to federal and state lands
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Montana State Office in [Billings, MT?]
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Montana State Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
The Bureau of Land Management is a Federal Agency under the Department of the mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. They have several guiding principles including. To improve the health and productivity of the land to support the BLM multiple-use mission. The Montana State Library makes every effort to ensure that everyone may access the resources of our library including online resources through our website. If you cannot access a resource or service please contact our library staff at
3, land management tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range. These books indicate who obtained the land, and include a physical description of the tract and where the land is . Montana Republicans are promoting 3 caucus bills to ensure we keep public lands public and perform our due diligence concerning the viability of the Transfer of Public Land issues: • LC will prohibit the federal government from selling the public lands they currently control in Montana. • SB will prohibit the state from selling any public lands that are transferred from federal to.
Map Showing Federal Land Ownership in Montana This map provides a pretty good idea of how much land in Montana is federally owned. The US Forest Service, Indian Tribes and the Bureau of Land Management are the three biggest federal landowners in Montana. Missoula District, Montana: Philipsburg recreation access guide map. Philipsburg recreation access guide map Shows Philipsburg recreation access guide map by Bureau of Land Management Western Montana District Office. Contributor: United States. Bureau of Land Management Date:
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Legally accessible state land is state land that can be accessed by dedicated public roads (roads usable by the public under state or federal law, or which are under the jurisdiction of the State Department of Transportation, or a county or municipal government); public rights-of-way or easements; by public waters such as rivers and streams that are recreationally navigable under Section Montana access guide to federal and state lands.
[Billings, MT?]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Montana State Office,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States. Bureau of Land Management.
Montana State. The MONTANA ACCESS GUIDE provides helpful information to people who access and use federal and state lands for recreation, and to private landowners who may be affected by recreational users.
Recreational users must be knowledgeable about and respect the. catalog books, media & more in the Montana access guide to federal and state lands. Edition ed.
Imprint [Billings, MT?]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Montana State Office,  Physical description 33 p.: ill., map ; 23 x 10 cm. Online. Available online. Montana boasts over 30 million acres of state and federal lands, nearly one third of the state.
Much of that land provides excellent hunting opportunities. However, like all good hunting ground, finding a productive area that is legally accessible takes some effort.
Public and Private Land Ownership Maps. Due to recent budget cuts, these maps have not been updated since September If you use these maps and rely on them being updated annually, please contact [email protected] current ownership information, please visit the Montana Cadastral additional hunting access information, please visit the Montana FWP Hunt Planner Map.
Montana Hunter Access Laws. All hunters should have a good understanding of Montana's access laws. The law requires every hunter to have permission from the landowner, lessee or agent before hunting on private property regardless of whether the land is posted or not.
Block Management information available (Includes hard-copy and electronic-copy Hunting Access Guides, BMA Mapping System, and BMA contact information) August Earliest date BMA reservations can be made (For BMA's that limit hunter numbers, no reservations can be made before August 22).
You can order an access guide between June 1 and December Guides will be shipped beginning mid August. Guides will be shipped beginning mid August.
To request a Block Management Access Guide, please send an email along with your name, mailing address, city, state, and zip to [email protected] “Montana Access Guide to Federal and State Lands”— This brochure, available at FWP regional offices anddetails all state and federal land access opportunities.
Montana Hunting Companion—Developed by the Montana State Library and FWP, this interactive website provides links to several state mapping sites and also provides. The State Land Recreation Use Permit is not required when using State Trust Lands for hunting or fishing, because a $ fee is included in the Montana Conservation License for use of these lands.
The State Land Recreation Use Permit is available from any authorized FWP license agent or through the Online Licensing System. The more these conservation hunters & anglers learned, the more they believed that Montana State public lands entitled them to public access, especially since their taxpayer dollars paid for State Lands administration – the State Land Board administration was funded by $2 million of Montana general tax payer dollars annually.
Buy BLM and Forest Service Maps for western public lands. Explore your public lands in Montana. Our map features recreation sites on public lands throughout the state across public land management agencies.
Find your next hike or camping destination, decide where to fish, climb, hunt, make the most of the snow, enjoy the water, or plan a roadside picnic along a scenic drive o. Program Overview.
The objective of the Unlocking Public Lands Program is to allow members of the public to cross parcels of enrolled private land to gain access to otherwise inaccessible parcels of state or federal (Bureau of Land Management or United States Forest Service) land for the purpose of fishing, hunting, trapping, hiking, bird-watching and other forms of outdoor recreation.
A designated fishing access site does not exist, or Where the river does not pass through federal/state lands (such as National Forest, BLM and State Forest property). Finally, all the orange paint and “no trespassing” signs do not mean angler’s can’t cross land to reach a river to float or fish.
Given that Montana has about million acres of designated wilderness, then the amount of federal land the state might lay claim to is about million acres.
A look at the debate in Montana over transferring federal lands to state ownership. Governor Steve Bullock (R), state legislators, industry representatives and concerned citizens talk. Montana State Library; P.O. BoxEast 6th Avenue; Helena, MT ; Phone: () ; Fax: () ; National Forests are federally owned and managed.
Unlike designated Wilderness and National Parks, these areas allow for commercial use, including timber harvesting, livestock grazing, water, wildlife, and recreation.
National Forests in Montana make up million acres and support about percent of Montana’s annual water supply. With 29 percent of the state owned by the federal government, public lands play a major part in the economy of Montana, a recent push to increase timber harvest on federal land by some democrats.
More than million acres in Montana are not owned by the federal government, or non-federal acres per capita. From tothe federal government's land ownership in Montana increased byacres. The table below shows federal land ownership in Montana compared to its neighbor, Idaho, and a northeastern state, Connecticut.The most commonly hunted public lands in Minnesota are state wildlife management areas (WMAs), state forests, national forests and federal waterfowl production areas (WPAs).
State lands Wildlife management areas (WMAs): Minnesota's 1, WMAs are wetlands, uplands, or woods owned and managed for wildlife by the Department of Natural Resources. Closures aren’t limited to Montana’s federal lands.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks this afternoon announced state parks, fishing access sites and wildlife management areas are now only open for day use. Overnight camping is not allowed.