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.
Latest News & Features
Public access and wildlife habitat both benefit from land sale to Bureau of Land Management in Clearwater-Blackfoot Project.
Healthy forests fight climate change and now a new study shows that thinning them when they're young can help them store more carbon when mature.
Nature and people both depend on water to survive, and at this moment, the water we depend on needs our help.
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.
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.)
Our integrated program is intended to increase natural storage and thereby increase late-season flows. Watch the video to learn more.
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.
- May 21, 2016
- New cornerstone: Dean Stone Mountain deal double's Missoula's open space
- March 16, 2016
- Nature Conservancy pans for carnivores in Gold Creek
- February 22, 2016
- Community forest possible for Blackfoot Conservation Project