The overall management goal at Charles M. Russell NWR is to promote biological diversity and maintain the natural abundance of native flora and fauna.
Prescribed fire and wildfire are tools to achieve habitat objectives and large, landscape-level change.Learn More
Livestock grazing is another tool that can help CMR restore and conserve habitat.Learn More
Located only on the west end of the Refuge, CMR is working to restore these diverse and important habitats.Learn More
Invasive Species Management
Invasive species continue to be one of the greatest challenges for managers in the Refuge System including CMR.Learn More
CMR currently has one designated wilderness area and 15 proposed wilderness areas.Learn More
Last Updated: May 16, 2013