The Nature Conservancy has worked with Montana landowners and communities since 1976, when we secured the very first conservation easement in the state. Since then, we've helped conserve nearly a million acres of valuable habitat. Our work is guided by science and strong public and private partnerships.
Richard Jeo will be joining the chapter as our new State Director.
Nature Conservancy scientist Dave Hanna helped discover a new wildflower species in Montana's Scapegoat Wilderness Area.
Join us in tracking the migrations of three different bird species as they fly from their winter to summer homes. Click the image or headline above for more info.
Remote cameras help us make fencing safer for wildlife. See who we caught on camera.
Take a look at the winners and runners up in our 2012 Montana staff photo contest.
Take a visual tour of the places The Nature Conservancy is protecting in Montana