The Montana Outdoor Heritage Project is coming to Ekalaka, our host MOHP Ambassador Sabre Moore would like to personally invite and encourage your participation in a community conversation about conserving our outdoor way of life and public lands heritage-the challenges, the opportunities, and the future.
The Montana Outdoor Heritage Project is a collaboration of Montana citizens, small businesses, conservation and recreation groups, and local communities interested in conserving, maintaining, and investing in our water, wildlife, working lands, and shared outdoor way of life.
The goal is to hear from Montanans from all walks of life, we want to hear from you about solutions and strategies that might help MT invest resources in our outdoor heritage. Your participation in this process is a critical step towards protecting our outdoor heritage and way of life for the next generation.
The Ekalaka conversation will take place on Wednesday, May 15th at the Carter County Museum, 306 Main St, Ekalaka from 6pm-8pm.
For more information or to RSVP please contact Karrie Kahle at email@example.com
For more information on this program, visit this website: https://montanaheritageproject.com/project/
Community Conversation - Ekalaka
May 15, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm