Public Notice Application for Renewal
Land Trust Accreditation Commission

The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. Bitter Root Land Trust is pleased to announce it is applying for renewal. A public comment period is now open.

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Steve Powell Park-a conserved public amenity in downtown Hamilton-is Open Year Roud-Dawn to Dusk--People and Wildlife Welcome! 22 acres of natural habitat along the Bitterroot River, open to the public in partnership with the City of Hamilton.

Auch Angus Ranch and SixtyOne Bar Ranch both receive the support of the Ravalli County Commissioners and Open Lands Bond Program  


2018 Land Trust Barn Dance

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We are a local land trust, conserving the water resources, wildlife habitat, recreational trails, and working lands of the communities in and around the Bitterroot Valley 
Bitter Root Land Trust is hiring!
 We are looking for a
Stewardship Coordinator to join the team.  
Full position description and application instructions
You can make a difference in 2018
Your support will help beautiful natural parks and trails connect the community to the Bitterroot River! 
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You live in the Bitterroot because you enjoy the natural beauty, friendly communities, clean water and freedom to enjoy the outdoors. With your help, the Bitter Root Land Trust can partner with local families to conserve farms and ranches, trails for walking, protect clean water of streams and rivers, and safeguard important wildlife habitat.  

Your support makes our good work possible.



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Travelers for Open Land is a results-driven; voluntary partnership between the traveling public, the Montana hospitality industry, private land owners and land trust organizations to conserve scenic vistas, wildlife habitat, working farms and ranches and recreational lands, which comprise Montana’s irreplaceable landscape for present and future generations.  Learn more by clicking on the logo.

The Bitter Root Land Trust is a proud member of the Montana Association of Land Trust (MALT). Learn more by clicking on the logo.