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Video: Wildlife crossings built with tribal knowledge drastically reduce collisions
by Alexandra Christy and Mike DiGirolamo
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20 November 2022
On 20 November 2022 Mongabay reported:
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes collaborated with the Montana Department of Transportation to design and build one of the largest networks of wildlife highway crossings in the U.S. Previously known as one of Montana's most dangerous roads, Highway 93 was upgraded to include 42 wildlife crossings that were built based on Indigenous traditional knowledge and values. According to a 2015 study, animal collisions declined by 71 percent.
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