About the Montana Chapter
The Nature Conservancy has worked with Montana landowners and communities since 1976. We've helped conserve more than a million acres of valuable habitat through our commitment to science and strong partnerships.
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See photos from the Matador Ranch's 15 years of working with local ranchers and scientists to find the intersection between effective land management and healthy wildlife.
Among Montana’s abundant rivers and streams, some 450 miles are designated blue ribbon trout waters. It’s no wonder that the state is a fly fishing mecca for so many people.
Meet the urban high school students who traded summer vacations for conservation jobs training at The Nature Conservancy's Centennial Sandhills Preserve.
Meet the greater sage-grouse and some of its neighbors.
We're picking some of our favorite photos of Montana's wildlife and wild places and sharing them with you. Check back each month to see our choice. (Hint: it's not this one.)
Take a visual tour of the places The Nature Conservancy is protecting in Montana
The new PBS series EARTH a New Wild features Patchtop Ranch in the Centennial Valley.
Watch this beautiful video of the Centennial Valley produced by Victor Daniel.