Montana land projects that have been awarded by the U.S. government will soon be able to display on their website.
According to the Montana Independent, the Montana Department of Public Lands (DPL) will be adding to the list of projects in the land development and management division, which includes the Montana Environmental Conservation Authority, the National Park Service, and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
This comes as part of the federal government’s efforts to ensure that all of the projects on the land management and development division are properly managed, according to the Montana Independent.
In the past, the Montanans Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the BLM have struggled to find solutions to the ongoing drought.
In December, the EPA issued a statement warning that the drought is “likely” to continue, as water levels in reservoirs across the United States are not expected to remain above the federal levels, according the Montanan Independent.
While there are many reasons for this, one of the main reasons for the drought’s continued development is the ongoing degradation of the land.
According to the Associated Press, water levels at many reservoirs in the state have fallen to “less than 2 feet” since early this year, which means that it will take decades for the reservoir levels to return to normal.
A report published in the journal Nature Geoscience on October 28 noted that the U,S.
Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other government agencies are spending an estimated $500 million a year on the construction of new dams and reservoirs in order to provide water for farmers, ranchers, and other industries.
However, this is a long-term effort that will likely be ineffective and only exacerbate the drought.
The drought is currently the worst on record, according Climate Central.
The drought has led to the cancellation of at least 15 billion gallons of water from a number of water-intensive crops, including cotton, soybeans, rice, and wheat, according CNN.
In addition, water restrictions have limited the amount of rainfall that can be used to irrigate crops and the amount that can fit in the tanks of cars.