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Annual Fundraiser - March 6-7, 2015
Colonial Inn Helena, MT

This year’s fundraiser will include our typical youth events, hunting seminars, custom rifle raffle, sheep camp raffle, incredible auction items and great conversation with fellow sheep hunting fanatics!

New this year - In order to set the stage for a night of “Putting and Keeping Sheep on the Mountain,” we are looking for more wild sheep mounts and taxidermy to display from our members. For everyone that brings their wild sheep taxidermy to display, they will be entered into an additional drawing for a hunting rifle!

Another new addition to our banquet will be the Life Member raffle. All Life Members in attendance (must be present to win) will be entered into a separate raffle! Upgrade to a Life Member today and then attend the banquet in March and you’re in the hunt!!

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Lobbying against a hobby: Disease keeps bighorn sheep at the edge
January 18, 2014, TOWNSEND, MT - It pains biologist Tom Carlsen to remember the time he found people squatting on a secluded property in the Elkhorn Mountains in 2008.

The squatters didn't bother Carlsen so much; it was their menagerie. Somehow, they managed to cart around 80 goats, a dozen sheep, a few cattle and llamas.

“They would raise their goats in the trailer where they lived. They didn't have any fencing, and these animals ended up roaming across the landscape up to 10 miles away,” Carlsen said. “We contacted the Department of Livestock and the Bureau of Land Management, but there was very little done.” Read more...

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