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Crews working on the Sucker Creek Fire, north of Lincoln in the Helena National Forest. 8-13-15 (USFS Photo)
Crews working on the Sucker Creek Fire, north of Lincoln in the Helena National Forest. 8-13-15 (USFS Photo)
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Fire Updates: Lightning Sparks 66 Fires in Northern Rockies Region

A prolonged drought and thunderstorms are an explosive combination. There are 188 fires burning in the western U.S. today, including 66 in the Northern Rockies. Here is the latest on those closest to us:
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HELENA NATIONAL FOREST

The Sucker Creek Fire north of Lincoln has grown to 13-hundred acres in the past 24 hours, pushed by hot, dry, windy  weather, and the abundance of available  snags and dry fuels. Several homes a

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The Thompson Fire on the west side of Cut Bank Pass in Glacier National Park. (GNP Photo)
The Thompson Fire on the west side of Cut Bank Pass in Glacier National Park. (GNP Photo)
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GNP: Thompson Fire Update 8-13-15

 

Fire Update: The Thompson Fire is located in a remote south-central backcountry area of Glacier National Park about 15 miles east of the West Glacier entrance and 12 miles southwest of the Saint Mary entrance. The fire is burning

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The Sucker Creek Fire is burning on the Helena National Forest, north of Lincoln. (USFS Photo)
The Sucker Creek Fire is burning on the Helena National Forest, north of Lincoln. (USFS Photo)
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USFS: Update on the Sucker Creek Fire, Helena National Forest

Here is the latest information from the Helena National Forest:

The lightning-caused Sucker Creek Fire, which is currently burning in the Sucker Creek area on the Lincoln Ranger District, was reported Monday, August 10th. The fire is in

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GNP: Fire Restrictions for Back Country of Park

Campfires Only Allowed in Front Country

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – As of Wednesday, August 12, campfires will not be allowed in the back country of Glacier National Park.  Campfires will continu

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Smoke and flames may be visible at times along Going-to-the-Sun Road. (NPS Photo)
Smoke and flames may be visible at times along Going-to-the-Sun Road. (NPS Photo)
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GNP: East-side Going-to-the-Sun Road Is Open!

 Road Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – The east side of the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park is open to vehicle access from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.  Drivers should drive cautiously and be aware of firefig

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St Mary Visitor Center, Glacier National Park (NPS Photo)
St Mary Visitor Center, Glacier National Park (NPS Photo)
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GNP Seeking Public Comment on St Mary Entrance

Proposal to Replace the St. Mary Entrance Station and Install AIS Station

WEST GLACIER, MT.  – Glacier National Park officials encourage public comment on a proposal to replace the St. Mary Entrance S

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GNP: Public Invited to Noxious Weed Blitz

Citizen Science Program Offers Opportunities to Monitor Invasive Plants

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Glacier National Park's Citizen Science Program announces two opportunities to help with early detection of invasive plants along park trails: a Noxious Weed Blitz on July 21 and an online training course for the Invasive Plants Citizen Science program. Both opportunities are free of charge and

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Sunday on Northwestern Outdoors Radio: Bear With Us

Summer is prime time for human-bear encounters and Gregg Losinski with the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee and Idaho Fish and Game has tips for minimizing those encounters for hikers, campers and those who live in bear country

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North Fork Road Sign (NPS Photo)
North Fork Road Sign (NPS Photo)
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Comments Encouraged on Inside North Fork Road Park Considers Overall Future Management of Road

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Glacier National Park is preparing an environmental assessment for the management of the inside North Fork Road and encouraging public comment by August 3.  Public comments will help identify issues and alternatives to be considered and evaluated in the planning process

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Zebra Mussels are small, but they can become a big problem if they become established in Glacier National Park's waterways. All watercraft entering the park are subject to inspection for this and other aquatic invasive species. (NPS Photo)
Zebra Mussels are small, but they can become a big problem if they become established in Glacier National Park's waterways. All watercraft entering the park are subject to inspection for this and other aquatic invasive species. (NPS Photo)
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GNP: Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Prevention Program

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Glacier National Park continues its boat inspection and permit program this summer as part of an ongoing aquatic invasive species (AIS) prevention program. 

Westward expansion of zebra and quagga mussels, and other aquatic invasive species transported mainly on recreational watercraft, is driving regional water resource managers to adjust existing AIS prevention strategies

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Jack Hanna  (Photo Credit: Montana Outdoor Legacy Foundation)
Jack Hanna (Photo Credit: Montana Outdoor Legacy Foundation)
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Jack Hanna to Host Popular Grizzly Bear Fundraiser

BIGFORK—A popular annual fundraiser for Montana wildlife biologists who oversee the state’s grizzly bear and lion populations is scheduled for July 10 at Jack and Suzi Hanna’s farm near Bigfork.

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GNP’s Camas Road Listed in National Register

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – The Camas Creek Cutoff Road (Camas Road) has been listed as a place of statewide historic significance in the National Register of Historic Places.

The Camas Road is a two-lane, asphalt-paved road located mostly within Glacier National Park. The road begins

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