Public input requested on how best to fund public lands
Montana is facing a growing need to increase dedicated funding to better protect our way of life and help local communities respond. The Montana Outdoor Heritage Project has launched a public outreach effort to gather Montanans’ ideas on whether and how to enhance funding for private and public lands conservation, wildlife management, and outdoor access and recreation. Montanans are invited to participate this summer by attending community conversations happening across the state and by taking a short survey found at www.montanaheritageproject.com. The Montana Outdoor Heritage Project plans to release results and recommendations later this fall based on this public input.