Trails, Parks and Public Access

Securing public access to Montana's great outdoors is a kissing cousin to environmental conservation. For families, the memories created from exploring nature together are a key stepping stone to conservation action. Many conservationists work at the same time to protect special places and provide for low-impact public access and enjoyment.

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Personal Stories: Individual Story  |   Contributor: Lisa Macki;
George Flynn seizes every opportunity he can get to experience more of the world in order to continue his education and return to the Sioux and Assiniboine Reservation to help...
 
Personal Stories: Individual Story | Contributor: Tim Peterson
About a year ago, as the Chairman of the Bitter Root Back Country Horsemen (BBCH) Projects Committee, I decided that I wanted to organize a four-day, three-night trail and...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Robert Springer
Six million, and counting. Acres, that is. Acres of elk country.  Since its simple beginning in a spare trailer in Troy, Montana, in 1984, the Rocky Mountain Elk...
 
Partners in Conservation: Non-Profit Group | Contributor: Damien Austin
For centuries, eastern Montana’s legendary Great Plains have inspired explorers, artists, naturalists and pioneers with their vast horizons and intriguing wildlife....
 
Legacies and Projects: New Projects and Visions | Contributor: Jane Pargiter
Within the Southwestern Crown of the Continent in Montana, the forests and communities of the Blackfoot, Clearwater, and Swan River valleys contain a tapestry of working...
 
Personal Stories: My Story | Contributor: Philip Hough
Wilderness is a vision of hope, one that is naturally “forward looking," but it is also one that is handed down to us from the past. Wilderness will be the place where...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Mike Koopal
When it comes to the high value of real estate in the Flathead Valley, finding creative solutions that balance a developer’s bottom line while protecting natural...
 
Partners in Conservation: Non-Profit Group | Contributor: Mayre Flowers
“How would you tell our story?” I asked a long time friend.  She said, “Start here.”  This is what she wrote.
The Flathead Valley is beautiful...
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