Montana Access Guide
This pamphlet, published by the Montana Deptartment of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, is a basic primer and introduction to public access to public lands in Montana. It has segments on Public Land Management Agencies, Rights and Responsibilities regarding Public and Private Land, Finding Access to Public and Private Land, Preserving and Improving Access, Game Violations and Law Enforcement, and Agency Locations and phone numbers.
This is a must read for those interested in Montana Public Access Issues. You can find it at: Montana Access Guide to Federal and State Lands
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