Montana’s natural environment and outdoor resources – our public lands, rivers and streams, outdoor recreation infrastructure, and diverse wildlife – form the core of Montana’s outdoor experience and economy. All of these areas require a public investment to protect, and they each suffer from chronic underfunding. As discussions continue about how to fully fund our outdoor heritage, we believe that additional investment in wildlife conservation is a crucial need, and one that Montanans support.
THE MONTANA WILDLIFE FUTURE GROUP INVITES YOU TO JOIN THE EFFORT TO SECURE MONTANA'S WILDLIFE HERITAGE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.
WHO WE ARE
MONTANA WILDLIFE FUTURE GROUP
OUR GROUP CAME TOGETHER TO START A MONTANA-WIDE CONVERSATION THAT AFFIRMS THE SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT OF WILDLIFE AND THE CONSERVATION OF OUR TREASURED WILDLIFE LEGACY.
Montana Wildlife Federation
Rockies and Plains Representative,
Defenders of Wildlife
Regional Executive Director,
National Wildlife Federation
Yellowstone Wildlife Program Coordinator,
National Parks Conservation Association
Government Affairs Coordinator,
Montana Trout Unlimited
Northern Rockies Field Representative,
Endangered Species Coalition
Wildlife Program Associate,
Greater Yellowstone Coalition
Read the MWFG Value Statement.
Sign up here indicating your support for and agreement with the Value Statement.
Watch for future MWFG correspondence, meeting announcements, and other ways to take action.
There is no requirement to contribute funding to the MWFG. We expect supporters and allied organizations to bring its strengths to the effort.