Rachel Cramer with Montana Public Radio met with BHWC and partners in late May at our livestock carcass compost site near Wisdom to conduct an interview about the site and the process (and benefits) of composting livestock. Read and listen here:

http://mtpr.org/post/keep-predators-away-montana-ranchers-compost-dead-cattle.

 

BHWC’s carcass management programs are a collaborative effort with several partners, supporters, and funders, including: Montana Department of Transportation, Montana Livestock Loss Board, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, USFWS Partners for Fish and Wildlife, People and Carnivores, Cinnabar Foundation, WCS Community Partnerships Program, and several local ranchers. For more information about BHWC’s carcass management programs, click here: http://bhwc.org/wildlife-uplands/carcass-management/.

 

To get involved, visit our CrowdRise fundraiser and make a donation to support BHWC’s wildlife programs. Donations will help pay for a variety of wildlife-related events and programs, including:

-our 2017 Range Rider

-compost management (turning piles, adding water, taking temperatures)

-our Wildlife Speaker Series event

-sage grouse/sage brush habitat conservation and planning

-and much more.

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