Science/GIS Coordinator: Five Valleys Land Trust seeks a dynamic, collaborative professional to fill a shared scientist/GIS coordinator position between FVLT and the Heart of the Rockies (HOTR) initiative.
Save the Date! Mark your calendars for our 19th annual Banquet and Auction on Saturday May 11th!
Today Five Valleys Land Trust purchased the historic Corra Ranch at the confluence of Rock Creek and the Clark Fork River, preserving the scenic gateway to Rock Creek forever, and ensuring that wild trout continue to swim upstream to their traditional spawning beds.
On December 7th Five Valleys closed a 50 acre conservation easement that protects an important reach of Revais Creek near Dixon.
Fish, Wildlife and Parks and Five Valleys Land Trust protect clean drinking water and critical fish and wildlife habitat northwest of Seeley Lake.
Long-time landowner Joe Boyer completed his 10-year effort to protect over 1000 acres of his ranch near Frenchtown. Thanks to Joe and some great partners, Five Valleys will ensure that his ranch is available for agriculture and wildlife in perpetuity!
In June, Russell Heliker and Linda Brock donated a conservation easement to protect their beautiful property on the Clark Fork river just east of Turah.
Quench your thirst with a Five Valleys Land Trust water bottle!
In honor of our 40th Anniversary we are delighted to announce that Big Sky Brewing Co. has brewed a special ale just for us!