Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is in need of reform.
MTFWP must become a department that focuses on wildlife conservation by prioritizing the needs of wildlife and wildlife habitat above political or special interests.
The new agency should be called the MT Wildlife Conservation Department. This new organization would push for:
Please let your voice be heard!
Contact Governor Gianforte
Let him know that you oppose special interests like trapping taking over wildlife management in MT. Tell him that you want reform of MTFWP.
Contact MTFWP Director Hank Worsech
Let him know that wildlife should come first, not special or political interests.
What is Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks?
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MTFWP) is a department of the state of Montana that is responsible for managing wildlife in Montana.
In the United States, the Department of the Interior manages these public lands: National Parks; Wildlife Refuges; and, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture manages U.S. National
Yet nationwide, the wildlife that rely on these different types of public land is managed differently by each individual state via a state agency or department, such as MTFWP in Montana.