to promote and support excellence in private voluntary land conservation in Montana through leadership, collaboration, education and outreach.
The Montana Association of Land Trusts is a group of 12 separate nonprofit land trust organizations working on private land conservation and voluntary conservation agreements throughout the state of Montana.
The Montana Association of Land Trusts, with offices in Helena and Whitehall, coordinates the land trust organizations from a legislative, administrative, communications and policy standpoint.
The Montana Association of Land Trusts is comprised of these 12 private, nonprofit members:
- Prickly Pear Land Trust, Helena
- Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Bozeman
- The Trust for Public Land, Bozeman
- Flathead Land Trust, Kalispell
- Montana Land Reliance, Helena
- Five Valleys Land Trust, Missoula
- Bitter Root Land Trust, Hamilton
- The Conservation Fund, Missoula
- Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Missoula
- The Vital Ground Foundation, Missoula
- The Nature Conservancy of Montana, Helena
- Clark Fork-Pend Oreille Conservancy, Sandpoint
The 12 land trusts work with private landowners to obtain conservation easements that maintain working farms and ranches, protect water quality, protect wildlife habitat, preserve open lands and retain the values that make Montana such an attractive place to live, work and recreate.
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Contact Montana Association of Land Trusts
PO Box 892
Helena, Montana 59624 Phone:
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