South Crazy Mountains land exchange OK’d

It’s a small step that took years of work, but the south end of the Crazy Mountains will have two fewer sections of private land inholdings, allowing easier access to public lands.

Under a final decision announced by the Custer Gallatin National Forest on Monday, two land trades valued at more than $1.7 million have been approved for 1,900 acres.

“I am excited to bring this piece of the South Crazy Project to a decision,” said Kathy Minor, acting forest supervisor, in a press release.

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