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Summer Newsletter

The Summer Issue of the Lewis & Clark Conservation District Newsletter, The Explorer, is out in e-form and will be hitting mailboxes in hard copy form soon! This newsletter has: an update and photos of a recent willow project on a local…

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Winter Newsletter, The Explorer

The latest copy of the Conservation District Newsletter, The Explorer, is out. Paper copies are being mailed out but the electronic copy is available here!

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Autumn 2018 Newsletter

The Autumn Explorer is available to read!

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Summer 2018 Explorer

The latest issue of the newsletter is going out in the mail soon, but has already been emailed to those on our list.  If you’d like to read it, it’s also attached Summer 2018 !  For more information on the…

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Spring 2018 Explorer

The Spring Newsletter is here!   Please enjoy! Spring 2018 Explorer

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Winter 2018 Explorer

Check out the latest Explorer, the Winter edition of the Lewis & Clark Conservation District’s quarterly newsletter! More information about the Winter Grazing Seminar, a recent stream project on Seven Mile Creek west of Helena and MORE! Please remember that…

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Latest CD Newsletter, the Autumn Explorer

The Latest Conservation District Newsletter is ready for viewing.  Please enjoy!  

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District Newsletter Summer 2017

  The Summer 2017 Issue of The Explorer is “hot” off the presses!  Click the link to read it!

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District Newsletter Spring 2017

  The Spring 2017 issue of The Explorer is ready for viewing!  If you prefer to receive the newsletter via mail or email, give the office a call at 406-449-5000 ext. 112 and let us know, or email lccd@mt.net.

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District Newsletter Winter 16/17

The Explorer The latest newsletter for the Lewis & Clark Conservation District is attached.  From a Cheatgrass Management seminar, to a new supervisor Bio and everything in between, enjoy!  And Happy New Year!

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