“Spectacular” and “one-of-a-kind” are terms I often hear describing Montana and our natural resources. Extraordinary commitment and sacrifice are the reasons we Montanans now have the privilege of living among and visitors have the opportunity to enjoy these special resources.
While the hunters and anglers largely responsible for the health of our wild resources are willing to continue to do their part, we must do more. Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Foundation was created to help do just that. We want to help support new work by raising funds for our annual projects and building an endowment of private and corporate donations to fund programs that conserve wild places, restore imperiled species, maintain access, protect unique cultural and historic parks and educate kids about the wonders of our world.
Opportunities to conserve our special resources for future generations are being lost every day. It’s time—in fact, it’s past time to step up our efforts. We would like your help.
Dennis Konopatzke, Chairman
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Foundation