Public Discussion Launched

The Montana Outdoor Heritage Project has launched a robust public discussion through September 2019 to hear from as many Montanans as possible. Montana residents are invited to participate by joining community conversations held across the state and by taking the Heritage Survey to help prioritize the challenges facing our lands, water, and wildlife.  This public process is an important first step towards protecting our outdoor heritage and way of life for the next generation. 

Take Heritage Survey

What do you think?  Join thousands of Montanans taking part in the Montana Heritage Survey.   We don’t want to miss your opinion. Take this 5-10 minute survey today. 

Find a Conversation

Montanans are gathering in small groups across the state to discuss our outdoor heritage and share our best ideas to better protect it. Find a meeting near you. 

Host a Conversation

The Heritage Project is looking for interested Montanans to host their own community conversation in their home, business, or a public space.  Find out more.

Join a Conversation

Use this map to find and RSVP for conversations happening in your area.  Check back frequently because we are constantly updating events.

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Host a Conversation

Thank you for your interest in hosting a community conversation for the Montana Outdoor Heritage Project!  The Heritage Project was formed from a shared belief that our way of life is worth fighting for.  By hosting a conversation with your neighbors, coworkers, or friends, you are helping bring together Montana residents from all walks of life to discuss how we do it.

Here you will find some basic resources and tools you’ll need to have a productive and engaging conversation.  To get started, just review the hosting toolkit below and sign up to host using the form below. 

 

Host Feedback

Once you’ve completed a community conversation, use this link to upload your notes and let us know how the conversation went.

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