Updates from the Montana Chapter of TWS

Proposed Changes to Bylaws

Periodically, issues arise that necessitate changes to MTTWS bylaws. This year we were solicited by the awards committee to update the language in the awards section to reflect current procedure. We will vote on these changes at our business meeting (February 9, 2024) during the annual conference in Butte.   Modifications/additions to the MT TWS bylaws Text to be deleted and added

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2023 MT Legislature

Montana’s 2023 Legislature is now in session. This year, the Montana Chapter of The Wildlife Society has teamed up with Amy Seaman from Montana Audubon as she tracks bills that affect Montana’s wildlife, as well as habitat, and other environmental laws. Amy will be providing regular updates to MTTWS as the session progresses. Here are a few links to help

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Upcoming election info: Changes to Bylaws

Periodically, issues arise that necessitate changes to MTTWS bylaws. This year, we are proposing adding language that enables us to grant additional awards and travel money to students and professionals. Please read and get familiar with the proposed language new and amended language below. We will have an online election (dues-paying members only) for these changes this coming fall.   

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ICYMI: Summer 2019 newsletter!

Download the Summer 2019 newsletter! Hot off the press (a month after the fact): If you’re new to MTTWS and missed our latest newsletter, Click Here To Download! We promise it looks better in your inbox or your phone, but hopefully it’s also legible as a pdf. 🙂

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UM Wildlife Students

University of Montana students get involved with community outreach! University of Montana’s Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society is at it again!  Check out these articles about their outreach efforts with the Flagship program as they work with local school children in and around Missoula, as well as their involvement in the Phillipsburg area with this year’s annual Hunter Mentorship

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