Montana Association of Land Trusts

Private Land Conservation

Glenn Marx
Executive Director
PO Box 892
Helena, MT 59624
406-490-1659
montanamalt@q.com

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

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Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes

Montana Association of Land Trusts Successes
Upcoming Educational Opportunity

Montana Conservation Easement Conference
For Financial, Legal and Real Estate Professionals

May 15, 2014 • Bozeman, Montana • GranTree Inn

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Presentation Docs
Christian Dietrich
Clark Wheeler
Penelope Pierce
Conservation While on Vacation
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….
Conservation Conversations
Conservation Conversations Conservation Conversations is a series of interviews conducted by the Montana Association of Land Trusts that seeks to present a deeper and broader understanding of private land conservation and the work of Montana’s land trusts. Each month in 2010, a leader within the Montana land trust community voiced their personal perspectives about the value private land conservation brings to Montana’s landscape, to the people of Montana and to Montana’s economy. Read the interviews…

Private Land Conservation in Montana

The mission of the Montana Association of Land Trusts (MALT) is to promote and support excellence in private voluntary land conservation in Montana through leadership, collaboration, education and outreach.

MALT is a group of 12 separate nonprofit land trust organizations working on private land conservation and voluntary conservation agreements throughout the state of Montana.

The 12 land trusts work with private landowners to obtain conservation easements that maintain working farms and ranches, protect water quality, protect wildlife habitat, preserve open lands and retain the values that make Montana such an attractive place to live, work and recreate. Click to learn more.

Congress Renews Enhanced Conservation
Easement Tax Incentive

Click here to learn more about the 2014 enhanced
tax incentive for conservation easements.

The Latest News

October 22, 2014:
Elk Foundation Helps USFS Acquire Key Parcel Near Townsend

October 20, 2014:
Fish and Wildlife Commission Endorses Channel Migration Easements

October 19, 2014:
Five Valleys Land Trust Board Member Honored

October 13, 2014:
Flathead Land Trust Seeks Community Comments on Conservation Plan

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