FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 30, 2017 (Helena, Mont.)—Governor Steve Bullock announced the appointment of Todd Earp to the Montana Board of Outfitters. Earp, owner of White Mountain Outfitters, has been outfitting for 25 plus years and operates exclusively on public lands and operates out of the Bitterroot Valley. Earp will replace Pat Tabor who served two full terms on the Board of Outfitters representing the Big Game seat and had been actively engaged in the process for years prior to that. The new appointment comes on the heels of the Governors nominee Robin Cunningham being rejected by the Senate Fish and Game committee during the last session. This action was supported by MOGA because of possible conflict of interest issues related to a paid Executive Director serving on the Board of Outfitter. It is unknown if this was retribution for MOGA’s position on that issue or a desire for new blood on the Board. Of the appointment, Mac Minard,... Read More