The Fluvial Arctic Grayling: Communication, Cooperation, and Conservation in Beaverhead County

A Discussion with Jim Magee by Jackie Bussjaeger, University of Montana graduate student When the Corps of Discovery passed through Montana in 1805 Capt. Meriwether Lewis described a “new kind of white or silvery trout,”—the Arctic grayling, a member of the salmon family that depends on clean, cold-water streams. Montana is now the only place … Read more