Ranchers sitting down with conservationists to work out the best way to preserve a valley in Montana – ten years ago you might have said this was impossible. However, today it is not only possible, but a reality. There is no longer a misunderstanding between these two groups, but a respect and newfound admiration. They work together to make sure the Big Hole Valley prospers economically while maintaining its environmental integrity. We could all learn something from these scientists and cowboys – putting aside their differences and making sure that the Big Hole is a clean and safe environment for “Fish and Cow” alike.
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