This Montana public lands story shows how conservation and business can come together for multi-use purposes.
Check out this public lands story from Trout Unlimited and find out how this ranching family in Montana shares public land. It benefits sportsmen and their business alike while providing careful stewardship for the land and water.
A ranching family with a long pedigree in Montana working with conservation organizations and citizens can not only benefit sportsmen but also a business. These are important stories to get out to the public that demonstrate that public land is not just about fishing, hunting and camping but it also has a direct impact on people’s ability to earn a living.
The loss of public lands will not only impact our favorite pastimes but can also have a drastic effect on local economies and businesses. This is why it is so critical to protect these lands and our access, we are all stewards of this legacy that needs to be carefully guarded.
If you already belong to a conservation organization such as Trout Unlimited, good on you, if you don’t, consider joining one to help resource these important efforts to keep public lands public.