Heritage Project kicks off conversations across Montana on funding the great outdoors


Montana Outdoor Heritage Project

A hiker watches sunset over the Bitteroots from Bear Creek Overlook in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness.

On May 2, 2019 a coalition of Montanans launched a public outreach effort to gather Montanans' ideas on how to enhance funding for private and public lands conservation, wildlife management, and outdoor access and recreation.

In coffee shops, libraries, churches, homes, and other gathering spots, the Montana Outdoor Heritage Project hopes to involve at least 10,000 Montanan across the state this summer. Residents are invited to participate directly in community conversations or provide input through an online survey.

Details about currently scheduled community conversations and a link to t...

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