An Uranium Mine Clean-up site from the 1950's, including maps, newsletters and documents. Approximately 250 acres of disturbed highwall, pit floor, and spoils areas are identified and are being reclaimed. Hazards within the Riley Pass area include high walls, pit floor, unstable overburden, elevated radioactive materials, and heavy metals.
Land and Realty Management
Land and realty management on the Custer Gallatin Forest enhances natural resource stewarship, provides visitor experiences, improves access, and authorizes different uses.
The Forest encompasses watershed resources from warm intermittent prairie streams to cold, high elevation lakes and creeks draining Montana’s highest mountain peaks.
Food Storage Order & IBMP
Fire Hire, Virtual Career Fair & Employment Opportunities
The Custer Gallatin National Forest is part of a fire adapted ecosystem.