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    Grant-Kohrs Ranch

    National Historic Site Montana

Park Planning

Administrative Documents

Ranchers to Rangers: An Administrative History of Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site - 1997 (3.82 MB)

Cultural Landscape Report - 2004 (2.61 MB)

Chapter 1 - Introduction (4.59 MB)
Chapter 2 - Landscape Physical History (24.1 MB)
Chapter 3 - Existing Conditions Documentation (2.83 MB)
Chapter 3.1 - Home Ranch (21.5 MB)
Chapter 3.2 - East Feed Lot/Warren Hereford Ranch (9.27 MB)
Chapter 3.3 - Grant-Kohrs Residence (10.5 MB)
Chapter 3.4 - Warren Residence (9.78 MB)
Chapter 3.5 - Pasture/Hay Field (16.9 MB)
Chapter 3.6 - Upland Pasture (7.01 MB)
Chapter 3.7 - Riparian Woodland (13.3 MB)
Chapter 3.8 - Railroad Corridor & Barrow Pit/Wetland (7.47 MB)
Chapter 3.9 - Development Zone (7.12 MB)
Chapter 4 - Landscape Analysis and Evaluation (4.52 MB)
References - (375 KB)

Cultural Landscape, Treatment Recommendations, Pastures and Hay Fields (34.1 MB)

National Register Nomination (2.2 MB)
National Historic Landmark Nomination (1.39 MB)

 

Management Documents

General Management Plan - 1993 (1.45 MB)
Part 1 - Table of Contents (644 KB)
Part 2 - Purpose and Need (1.45 MB)
Part 3 - Proposed Action (4.56 MB)
Part 4 - Alternative Actions (3.92 MB)
Part 5 - Affected Environment (3.29 MB)
Part 6 - Environmental Consequences (3.16 MB)
Part 7 - Consultation and Comment (1.60 MB)
Part 8 - Bibliography and Index (1.49 MB)
Part 9 - Appendix (6.05 MB)

Comprehensive Interpretive Plan - 2002 (215 KB)
Museum Management Plan - 2009 (665 KB)



 

Did You Know?

Snow covered mountains surrounding Grant-Kohrs Ranch.

The Deer Lodge Valley in Southwestern Montana receives only 10” of precipitation a year, counting melted snow. If irrigating water weren’t available from snowmelt on surrounding mountains, the green pastures would be a virtual desert.