Monday, January 30, 2012

Easement Conserves Flathead River Lands

Excellent Kalispell Daily Inter Lake article about a conservation easement Travelers for Open Land helped fund. The easement keeps a fourth-generation farm involved in traditional agriculture. Many thanks to Jerry Brosten and the Brosten family, and thanks to Flathead Land Trust.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Phasmid Rentals Supports TFOL

Thanks to Will Casella and Phasmid Rentals in Bozeman for their participation in and financial support of Travelers for Open Land. Check Phasmid out at

Friday, January 27, 2012

RMEF Wins Best New Series on Outdoor Channel

Congratulations to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation for its "RMEF Team Elk" show being named Fan Favorite Best New Series on the Outdoor Channel.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Thanks to Jakes Horses

Thanks to Jake and Katie Grimm of Jakes Horses in Big Sky for their recent contribution to Travelers for Open Land. We appreciate Jakes Horses and their guests for their support of the TFOL program and for their commitment to Montana open lands.

Monday, January 23, 2012

Editorial Applauds GVLT Trail Efforts

Bozeman Chronicle salutes the efforts of Gallatin Valley Land Trust on the Triple Tree Trail trail project.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

GVLT Works to Shore Up Triple Tree Trail

Gallatin Valley Land Trust is helping lead the "Main Street to the mountains" trail efforts in Gallatin County through improvements to the Triple Tree Trail.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Thanks to the Grant Creek Inn in Missoula

Thanks to the staff, management and guests at the Best Western Grant Creek Inn in Missoula for donating and collecting $492 for Travelers for Open Land. We appreciate your commitment to the Travelers for Open Land program!

Thursday, January 12, 2012

An Impressive Story of Family and Place

An amazing story of family and place published in the Ravalli Republic. The Severson family and their Bitterroot Valley ranch tell an impressive and remarkable tale. Travelers for Open Land is proud of have helped fund this project.

Friday, January 6, 2012

Madison Valley Ranchlands Conserved

The Bozeman Chronicle reports on conservation easements in the Madison Valley that will allow the landowners to "keep this land productive agricultural land."

Protected Forever

Helena Independent Record article lauds the "team effort" on a project to protect open land and riparian areas, allow recreational access and create educational opportunities. Prickly Pear Land Trust will hold the conservation easement.

Monday, January 2, 2012

Guest Column Salutes Land Trusts

Kelly Pohl of Gallatin Valley Land Trust published a thoughtful year-end column in the Bozeman Chronicle about the value of Montana land trusts and private land conservation.