January 24, 2022 (Alder, Mont.) – Dan and Janet Doornbos and Kristy Sauerbier (Sauerbier Ranch) recently permanently protected their 8,000-acre ranch located near Alder, Mont., and in the Sweetwater area of Beaverhead and Madison Counties.
January 24, 2022 (Jordan, Mont.) – Some of the most prolific, intact grasslands in Montana can be found along Highway 200 between Jordan and Circle. This prairie landscape is home to a rich tradition of ranching, as well as abundant wildlife, including the greater sage grouse, pronghorn, Baird’s sparrow, Sprague’s pipit, McCown’s longspur, and lark bunting to name a few.
November 24, 2021 (Whitefish, Mont.) – Don “K” and Subaru recently presented a check for $3,300 to The Montana Land Reliance on behalf of Don “K” Subaru and Subaru Loves the Earth program.
September 9, 2021 (Bozeman, Mont.) – Available money for conservation and recreation projects in Gallatin County has nearly doubled this year, ringing in at just over $2 million.
May 10, 2021 (Ennis, Mont.) – Painting commemorates 16 years of restoration on Madison Valley spring creek.
April 6, 2021 (Big Sky, Mont.) – The Montana Land Reliance Project Spotlight: Permanent Conservation of Big Sky’s Fish & Wildlife Habitat & Open Space.
February 7, 2021 (Whitefish, Mont.) Collins family donates 672 acres of private land for conservation in partnership with Montana Land Reliance
Fall, 2020 (Central Montana) – Located on the eastern flanks of the Highwood Mountains of Central Montana is the sprawling Strand Ranch, home to one of the last big working cattle operations in the state.
September 2, 2020 (Gallatin County) – The money from a 2018 voter-approved tax hike for open space is now being divided into separate funds for conservation and recreation projects.
April 14, 2020 (Columbia Falls) – Flathead Valley residents Richard and Grace Blanchet ran their 320-acre farm on the Creston Bench south of Columbia Falls for more than 50 years before turning that land into a legacy by gifting the property to the Montana Land Reliance.