Daines introduces bill to remove protected status for 3 WSAs covering almost 104,000 acres

Enviro & Legislation

Billings Gazette Almost 104,000 acres spread across three designated wilderness study areas would be removed from protected status under a bill introduced in the U.S. Senate on Thursday by Montana Sen. Steve Daines.Of the three wilderness study areas the largest is the 82,127-acre Middle Fork Judith in the Little Belt Mountains, managed by the Helena…

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