The Mission of the Treasure State Resources Association is to promote and enhance the Montana Way of Life through responsible resource development.

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2019 TSRA Annual Meeting - Holiday Inn Downtown Missoula

The 2019 TSRA Annual Meeting will be held June 19-20, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Downtown Missoula. Click below for more information.

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Treasure State Resources Association strives to bring together industry groups, labor organizations, and recreation groups to work towards advancing policies that balance conservation with resource development and multiple use.

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Governor Bullock Releases Blueprint for Montana’s Energy Future

On Tuesday, June 21, 2016 Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced the release of his blueprint for the state’s energy future.  In a statement released by his office, the Governor said: “Montanans should determine our energy future.  That’s why today I’m announcing a blueprint for a balanced and responsible plan that provides good-paying jobs for Montanans, […]

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Montana Congressional Delegation Pushes Forest Service to Advance Permitting Process for Rock Creek Mine

(U.S. Congress) — Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines and Congressman Ryan Zinke this week pushed the U.S. Forest Service to finalize an important document and advance a decades-old permitting process for the Rock Creek Mine in northwest Montana. In a letter to Kootenai National Forest Supervisor Chris Savage, the Montana congressional delegation encouraged the […]

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Main Street Montana Project KIN’s Issue Recommendations

The Main Street Montana Project was initiated by the Bullock Administration to “develop a business plan” for Montana using expertise from the public sector.  Key Industry Networks were created reflecting relevant topic areas.  Participants in the KIN’s met over a period of time to gather input and develop recommendations that have or will be presented […]

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DEQ Notices Important Public Comment Process for Water Quality

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality currently has two Public Comment processes open that affect water quality.  The first is the 2016 Draft Water Quality Integrated Report  (Comment Period is March 14-May 13, 2016) and the second is the Water Quality Standards Triennial Review (Comment Period ends June 3, 2016.  Documents and more information can […]

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Sage Grouse Stewardship Grant Program Seeks Applicants

The Montana Sage Grouse Oversight Team (MSGOT) has opened the initial application cycle for conservation projects to benefit sage grouse and sage grouse habitat. Conservation agencies and organizations are eligible to receive funds; private citizens are not eligible, unless they are working with an agency or organization and the funds are provided directly to that […]

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