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Partners in Conservation: Non-Profit Group
Henry Dykema, owner of Sundance Solar Systems in Red Lodge, remembers a new type of sustaining power that was produced when a group of renewable...
 
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Partners in Conservation: Non-Profit Group
Teddy Roosevelt was right. “Our duty to the whole, including the unborn generations, bids us restrain an unprincipled present-day minority...
 
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Partners in Conservation: Non-Profit Group
In the summer of 1974, a small group of eastern Montanans sat on a porch discussing the North Central Power Study. This study by the U.S. Bureau...
 
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Partners in Conservation: Non-Profit Group
"What better testament is there from a 4th grader?" asks Maureen Froehlich, a fourth-grade teacher at Alberton School. "Each month, when it's time...
 
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Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success
Montana cowboys and Indians unite to draw the line against coal trains to China. A ranch family helps save a Montana stream with fatter calves. A...
 
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Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success
Karleen Hammer Anderson's face radiated joy when she finally spotted Cecil Garland in the crowd. It had been decades since she last saw Cecil, and...
 
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Partners in Conservation: Non-Profit Group
If there is one thing that is more important to me than anything other than my family, it is Montana's soul-nourishing rivers. I met my wife on a...
 
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Legacies and Projects: New Projects and Visions
Chuck Blixrud is a wilderness stoic, a humble man more comfortable in the saddle than among a crowd of strangers. But his determined passion to...
 
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Partners in Conservation: Non-Profit Group
It felt good to get out from behind my computer and spend the day along the Clark Fork River with a camera, microphone and penny jar. My colleague...
 
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Legacies and Projects: New Projects and Visions
By day and often by night, Joe Perry operates a dryland barley farm near Brady.  But when the grain is in the bin, Joe and his wife can often...
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The Cinnabar Foundation is soliciting proposals from qualified nonprofit organizations to take over management of the Conserve Montana website.

Conserve Montana was launched in 2011 as a project of The Cinnabar Foundation to share Montana’s incredible conservation stories, and now has more than 600 entries posted on the website.

Cinnabar—Montana’s Conservation Fund—operates primarily as a grant-making foundation to support worthy nonprofit organizations' conservation projects in Montana and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and has determined it is now time to transition Conserve Montana to another qualified organization to manage and expand.

If you are interested in submitting a proposal to take over the Conserve Montana website, please contact Cinnabar’s executive director, Gary Wolfe, at gwolfe@cinnabarfoundation.org or 406-240-7323.

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