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The Montana Department of Agriculture develops and implements activities designed to prevent, minimize, and monitor the effects of pesticides on environmentally sensitive areas and resources, such as groundwater and endangered species.

MDA also implements a Pesticide Container Recycling Program, a Pesticide Waste Disposal Program, and cooperates with allied state and federal regulatory agencies in the promotion and operation of environmental programs.

For more information about the different programs within Natural Resources use the links below.

Visit the
Pesticide Waste
Disposal Program Page
for More Info

 

Visit the
Pesticide Container
Recycling Program Page
for More Info

 

Visit the
Groundwater Program Page
for More Info

 

View the
Listed Species of Montana
from the US Fish & Wildlife Service

 

Natural Resources News

Public Meeting Notice: Montana Pulse Crop Committee Meeting Thursday, November 30th

The Montana Pulse Crop Committee will meet at 9:00 am on Thursday, November 30th in Great Falls

Public Meeting Notice: Montana Pulse Crop Committee Meeting Thursday, November 30th

Helena, Mont. – The Montana Pulse Crop Committee will meet at 9:00 am on Thursday, November 30th in Great Falls at the Best Western Heritage Inn (1700 Fox Farm Rd.). Click here to view or download the agenda for the meeting.

The Montana Department of Agriculture’s mission is to protect producers and consumers, and to enhance and develop agriculture and allied industries.

Public Meeting Notice: Montana Organic Commodity Advisory Council (MOCAC), Wednesday, December 6th

The Montana Organic Commodity Advisory Council will meet at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, December 6th in Great Falls

Public Meeting Notice: Montana Organic Commodity Advisory Council (MOCAC), Wednesday, December 6th

Helena, Mont. – The Montana Organic Commodity Advisory Council (MOCAC) will meet at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, December 6th in Great Falls at theHotel Arvon Restaurant. Click here to download the agenda for the meeting.

The Montana Department of Agriculture’s mission is to protect producers and consumers, and to enhance and develop agriculture and allied industries.

Montana Cherry Growers to Receive Survey

Survey results will determine future of cherry checkoff

Montana Cherry Growers to Receive Survey

Helena, Mont. –  Montana’s cherry growers will have the opportunity to make their voice heard in the coming weeks. The Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) is submitting a referendum to all known growers and producers of cherries in Montana to determine whether to continue the Montana Cherry Research & Market Development Program, commonly known as the cherry checkoff. Paper ballots will be mailed on Thursday, November 16, 2017 and must be returned via postage-paid envelope by Friday, December 1, 2017.

Beth Eiring
Natural Resources Section Supervisor

Phone : (406) 444-9066
E-mail : EEiring@mt.gov
Fax : (406) 444-9466
302 N Roberts
Helena, MT 59601

 

Carli Lofing
Pesticide Disposal & Container Recycling Programs

Phone : (406) 465-0531
E-mail : CLofing@mt.gov
54 East Larslan Rd
Larslan, MT 59244

 

Christopher Kelley, PhD
Hydrologist

Phone : (406) 444-5422
E-mail : CKelley@mt.gov
Fax : (406) 444-9493
302 N Roberts
Helena, MT 59601