Ambitious Public Discussion Concluded
The Montana Outdoor Heritage Project has concluded a robust public discussion where we heard from over 11,000 Montana residents. Between June and September 2019, we solicited public input to help prioritize the challenges facing our lands, water, and wildlife. This public process was an important first step towards protecting our outdoor heritage and way of life for the next generation.
Results of this comprehensive engagement showed a strong appetite from Montana residents for new state funding to support wildlife protection, improve public access, and conserve more working lands. Download a copy of the report here.