Mary Ahmann Hibbard

As a Realtor, I see a lot of people moving to Montana. They come to enjoy our rich landscape and environment. Quality access and infrastructure are key to making the landscape available to newcomers without further development or fragmentation of habitat. It isn’t necessary for everyone to have their own acreage to live on and recreate on. Public lands serve us all.

We have a responsibility to invest in our access, habitat, and our outdoor infrastructure or we risk losing the very essence of this place.