The Wild and Scenic Film Festival
In conjunction with the Sierra Club and Natural Resources Defense Council, the Gallatin Wildlife Association is pleased to bring back this annual event.
Stay tuned for further information.
The Gallatin Wildlife Association is working along side Cottonwood Environmental Law Center to help keep the Gallatin as pure as it should be, as clear and fresh as a mountain stream. The problem? Developers want to dump waste from the Big Sky community into the Gallatin River. But we had a setback. The latest message from John Meyer of Cottonwood Enviroinmental Law Center.
For more information about our efforts, please contact John Meyer at Cottonwood Environmental Law Center.
No Bah-humbug here! How quickly things become and move from Events Yet to Come to Events of the Past. GWA Christmas's Party has come and gone. It was a success with close to 25 GWA members in attendance. We want to thank Nancy Ostlie and her husband and her family who graciously opened up her home. It was Gallatin Wildlife Association's social event of the year.
A great time was had by all. Thank you all who attended.
GWA's Connection with MSWP:
For those who yet do not know, GWA is proud to be a member of the Montanans for Safe Wildlife Passage, an organization that is fighting to protect and keep wildlife connectivity and allow for safe passage of wildlife across the landscape. GWA is just one among several conservation organizations and citizen advocates that are involved in this work. As a result, GWA members Clint Nagel and John Shellenberger attended the first Annual Summit on the campus of Carrol College in Helena this past Dec. 4 and 5th. It was a remarkable good turnout with all invited guests and participants from private organizations and from both state and federal governmental agencies.
As you can see from the pictures shown, Governor Bullock was in attendance, Director of Montana Dept. of Transportation, Mike Tooley, and Director of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Martha Williams. All said the right things, but now we have to make sure that there is follow through on all sides. One of GWA's first priorities is too establish a right of passage of wildlife through the I-90 corridor between Bozeman and Livingston. GWA is working within the process trying to make things happen. For more information, please contact Clint Nagel at email@example.com. All pictures in this segment were taken by Clint Nagel on Dec. 4th, 2018 at Carroll College in Helena, MT.