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Below is an eight year project funding summary for the Montana Chapter of Wild Sheep Foundation.

2015
Forest Service Cutoff & Priscilla Peak Prescriptive Burns ($15,000)
MSU Genetic Research Pilot Study ($20,000)
Anaconda Property Acquisition into Garrity WMA
Youth Conservation and Education Expo ($5,000)
Be Bear Aware Educational Request ($500)
Wisherd-Blackfoot Canyon Conservation Easement ($25,000)
South Dakota Chronic Shedders Research Study (3 years - $5,000 each year)
US Sportsman's Alliance Funding Request ($2,000)
Wild Sheep Foundation - Montana Specific Projects Funding Request ($12,000)
MOGA Conservation Day Sponsorship ($2,000)
NWF Domestic Sheep Buyouts in Tendoy's ($5,000)
Highlands Herd Radio Collar Tracking by MSU Intern ($2,800)
TOTAL 2015 Project Funded: $94,300+

2014
Project information is pending.
TOTAL 2014 Project Funded: $TBA

2013
Garfield County Sheep Introduction Study w/Nat Wildlife Federation ($5,000)
US Sportsmen’s Alliance ($1,000)
TOTAL 2013 Project Funded (through April): $6,000

2012
18' Sheep Transport trailer for FWP ($19,340)
2012 Transplant sheep collars ($1,413)
Sponsorhip for 2012 Chapter/Affiliate Summit Lewiston, Idaho ($500)
US Sportsmen's Alliance ($1,000)
National Wild Sheep Foundation Donation ($1,000)
Washington State University Sheep Disease Research Program ($5,000+)
Greater Yellowstone Project 10 sheep collars($3,244)
Skalkaho habitat improvement project w/USFS ($6,000)
National Wild Sheep Foundation Floor Credit Donation ($2,500)
TOTAL 2012 Project Funded: $39,997

2011
Washington State University disease research ($5,000)
5 Sheep Collars (VHF & GPS) for Greater Yellowstone area research ($10,500)
Proposed Lewis & Clark Caverns transplant sheep collars ($1,400)
Wolf Delisting efforts ($1,200)
Sportsmen’s Alliance Annual Funding ($1,000)
Convert domestic sheep operations to cattle operation ($50,000+ )
TOTAL 2011 Project Funded: $69,000+

2010
Wild sheep informational signs at Plains, Montana ($3,000)
Region 4 Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks Infrared Cameras ($1,300)
Petty Creek week control project ($6,922)
Wild Sheep Foundation Convention support ($1,000)
Sula, Montana wild sheep informational signs ($1,750)
Donation to Wild Sheep Foundation ($1,000)
US Sportsmen's Alliance support ($1,000)
Pryor Mountains Mahogany Nutritional Study ($1,948)
TOTAL 2010 Projects Funded: $17,920

2009
US Sportsmens Alliance annual donation ($1,700)
Contract to write Montana Wild Sheep Management Strategy ($1,400)
WSU sheep disease research funding ($6,000)
Demijohn water catchment rehabilitation ($2,258)
Coffee Face weed control project ($2,994)
Leading Edge Aviation sheep transplant costs ($24,000)
Region 3 Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks sheep surveys ($2,540)
Greater Yellowstone sheep & goat habitat study ($5,000)
Domestic sheep removal ($500)
Highland lamb survival monitoring ($900)
Region 4 Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks Law Enforcement ($1,080)
Phase I of Petty Creek weed control project ($78)
TOTAL 2009 Projects Funded: $48,450

2008
Montana Game Wardens Association national convention in Great Falls, Montana ($1,000)
Collors for Highland sheep transplant ($1,479)
Contract to write Montana Wild Sheep Management Strategy ($6,100)
Legl fees for brief on non wildlife friendly fences ($807)
US Sportsmens Alliance annual donation ($1,000)
Helicopter costs for transplant of wild sheep ($67,600)*
Sponsor Shrub Symposium at Montana State University ($500)
Anaconda versus Tendoy sheep habitat study ($3,000)
Jamison purchase of 290 acres of sheep habitat near Anaconda, Montana ($10,000)*
Hodges purchase of 58 acres of sheep habitat near Plains, Montana ($15,000)*
Moore Property purchase of 30 acres west of Anaconda, Montana ($10,000)
TOTAL 2008 Projects Funded: $116,485

*2008 Chapter funding leveraged over $1,000,000 of additional funds from the State of Montana, the Wild Sheep Foundation, and other FNAWS chapters to enhance wild sheep populations.

2007
Legal fess to support State of Montana in grizzly bear lawsuit ($750)
Utah Sportsmen for Wildlife ($1,000)
US Sportsmen's Alliance annual donation ($2,000)
Alaska Legal Defense Fund donation for legal fees for hunting rights ($2,500)
Collors for Highland sheep transplant ($1,570)
Reward for sheep poaching case ($1,000)
Lyman Creek land purchase in Bitterroot Valley ($5,000)
Testing of wild sheep for virus study ($500)
Sheep Capture Expenses ($2,000)
Reward for sheep poaching case ($500)
Helicopter costs for Region 2 wild sheep survey ($2,860)
TOTAL 2007 Projects Funded: $19,680
 
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