In Montana, choosing a hunting partner is not to be taken lightly. It has to be someone who you can spend hours with, in trucks, boats and long hikes. Someone who will pitch wholeheartedly into the work that follows a successful hunt and are right along with you when things don’t go quite as planned. The choice of a hunting partner comes down to someone with skills, grit, and character you respect.
intermountain West, beautiful rainforests along the west coast, and deserts and grasslands in the southwest. In Montana, the BLM manages over 8 million acres of land.
wildlife, clean air and water, and as ecological treasures for future generations. She
understands that BLM lands are shared lands that are important to hunters and anglers, to loggers and ranchers, and to many other public land users and rural economies.
generations. People across the spectrum — from ranchers to oil and gas producers to sportsmen and women — see Tracy Stone-Manning as a person they can work with. BLM’s “multiple-use” mandate requires exactly the type of collaborative approach that Stone-Manning has brought to her career.