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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Montana Newsletter for Sunday August 11, 2019 ( 6 items )  

American Fly Fishing Trade Association: Steven Rinella to Be Featured Speaker at IFTD Industry Breakfast
BOZEMAN, Montana, Aug. 9 -- The American Fly Fishing Trade Association issued the following news release: AFFTA is excited to announce that Steven Rinella, noted conservationist, sportsman and host of the popular MeatEater Netflix series, will be the keynote speaker at the 2019 IFTD Industry Breakfast in Denver, CO. "The fly fishing industry has long been a champion of protecting our nation's public lands and natural resources," says AFFTA president, Ben Bulis, "especially when the health of o  more

Animal Welfare Institute: Trump Administration Reauthorizes Wildlife-Killing 'Cyanide Bombs'
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 -- The Animal Welfare Institute issued the following news release: Earlier this week, the Trump administration reauthorized use of sodium cyanide in wildlife-killing devices called M-44s. These "cyanide bombs" received approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency despite inhumanely and indiscriminately killing thousands of animals each year while also injuring people. The EPA allows the use of these devices by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services   more

National Forest Foundation: Colorado Ski Resorts Fund $675,000 to Improve Trails, Restore Forests, and Engage Local Youth
MISSOULA, Montana, Aug. 9 -- The National Forest Foundation issued the following news: The National Forest Foundation's White River National Forest Ski Conservation Fund celebrates its 12th year by granting $675,000 for on-the-ground conservation projects. This summer the White River National Forest is buzzing from activity - and not just from the thousands of visitors enjoying world-class trails, campgrounds and waterways. Youth conservation corps, local volunteers, and nonprofit partners are  more

Radiation Research Journal Issues 10 Research Articles in August 2019 Edition
BOZEMAN, Montana, Aug. 6 -- Radiation Research, a journal that says it deals with radiation effects and related subjects in the areas of physics, chemistry, biology and medicine from the Radiation Research Society, published 10 research articles, including the following topics, in its August 2019 edition: * Adaptations to a Generalized Radiation Dose Reconstruction Methodology for Use in Epidemiologic Studies: An Update from the MD Anderson Late Effect Group * Biomolecular Analysis of Beta Dos  more

Western Environmental Law Center: Trump Administration Reauthorizes Wildlife-Killing M-44 'Cyanide Bombs' Despite Strong Opposition
EUGENE, Oregon, Aug. 7 -- The Western Environmental Law Center issued the following news release: The Trump administration has reauthorized use of sodium cyanide in wildlife-killing devices called M-44s. These "cyanide bombs" received approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency despite inhumanely and indiscriminately killing thousands of animals every year. They have also injured people The EPA allows use of the devices by Wildlife Services, the animal-killing program of the U.S. De  more

WildEarth Guardians: Trump Administration Reauthorizes Wildlife-killing M-44 'Cyanide Bombs' Despite Strong Opposition
WASHINGTON, Aug. 7 -- WildEarth Guardians issued the following news release: * * * - Devices inhumanely, indiscriminately kill thousands of animals every year * * * The Trump administration has reauthorized use of sodium cyanide in wildlife-killing devices called M-44s. These "cyanide bombs" received approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency despite inhumanely and indiscriminately killing thousands of animals every year. They have also injured people. The EPA allows use of the   more