Made-in-Montana

The Montana Outdoor Heritage Project is a collaboration of Montana citizens, small businesses, conservation and recreation groups, and local communities interested in conserving, maintaining, and investing in our water, wildlife, working lands, and shared outdoor way of life.  

Volunteers from all over Montana, including small business owners, hunters and anglers, ranchers, tourism professionals, educators, and community members, have come together because we believe Montana’s way of life is worth fighting for.

The Montana Outdoor Heritage Project offers us an opportunity to have a conversation about what our outdoor way of life means to each of us, share our concerns, and come up with Montana-made solutions to pass this heritage onto our kids.

Tyrrell Hibbard

Rancher

Shane Doyle

Educator

Christine Whitlatch

Economic Development Advocate

Patricia DeLeon

Community Organizer, Western Native Voice

Kaleb Retz

Motorized Recreation Enthusiast

Annie McLaughlin

Conservationist

Mary Cochenour

Lawyer

Jade Sooktis

Entrepreneur

Orion Thornton

Solar Installer

Bill Stoddart

Financial Advisor

Todd Buchanan

Financial Investor

Mary Ahmann

Realtor

Anna Reely

University of Montana Student

Sabre Moore

Museum Professional, Rancher

Leah Berry

Development Manager, Western Native Voice

Karis Bear

Student/Community Organizer, Western Native Voice

Bob Walker

Montana Trails Coalition

Leah Samuels

Student

India Maxwell

Outdoor Enthusiast

Robert Keith

Entrepreneur

Alicia Zimmermann

Student

Aaliyah Green

Student

Eric Siegfried

Entrepreneur

Senator Terry Gauthier

State Senator

Josh Olsen

Outdoor Educator, Ski Patroller

Melissa Alder

Small Business Owner

Keaton Sunchild

Student/Community Organizer, Western Native Voice

Hannah Johnson

Student

Josh Slotnick

County Commissioner

Jocelyn Waggoner

Student

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