Heritage Project ambassador and financial adviser, Bill Stoddart, just summarized the work of the Montana legislature to invest in our outdoor heritage. Here’s a quick snippet:
“It’s no secret. Montana is growing and changing before our very eyes. More people are visiting our state, and more people are settling down here. This growth has largely been fueled by our state’s natural competitive advantage – our beauty, open spaces and ample recreational opportunities.
But as Montana grows, more demands are being placed on the public lands, parks, and wildlife habitat that shape our lives. It’s essential that Montana’s current state legislature help us meet this rising demand by adequately funding our great outdoors, or we risk overwhelming the public lands on which we’ve built our lives and livelihoods.”
Read more at the Billings Gazette.