BILLINGS, Mont. - Wildlife officials in Montana have proposed a logging and vegetation treatment project west of Yellowstone National Park, citing the possibility of wildfires and the threat of a mountain pine beetle outbreak.
The project would spread across about 40,000 acres (16,000 hectares), including South Fork Madison River watersheds and some grizzly bear habitats, the Billings Gazette reported.
Source: The Star
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