NEW!

Save Our Gallatin Front

Informational

PowerPoint Presentation



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D I D  Y O U  K N O W ?
In 1983, DNRC concluded
that the area

they now plan clear cut,
 was too fragile to log! 



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READ the NEW 2017

GALLATIN FRONT WILDLIFE STUDY 



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Save Our Gallatin Front!

State land in Our Gallatin Front (between Mt. Ellis and the popular Triple Tree Trail) is slated for 9+ miles of new roads and clearcut logging. This area contains the precious Limestone Creek, which anchors an invaluable refuge for native wildlife. This land is wild, contains an old-growth forest, and has never been fragmented by roads or trails. Moose, elk, deer, mountain lions, pine martens, fox, weasels abound there. Wolverine and wolves are known to be present. Seventy-two species of birds, 10 of which are Species of Concern, are known to breed in this untouched wild forest. This unique area is a sanctuary, providing roadless security and a migration corridor for wildlife. Gallatin Valley citizens have organized as "Save Our Gallatin Front" and are working hard to prevent industrial logging from destroying the characteristics that make this area a haven for wildlife and people. Please join us!

N  O  T  I  C  E !
  NEW WILDLIFE STUDY PROVES
WE NEED TO PRESERVE OUR GALLATIN FRONT!





Watch SOGF's Bozeman Public Library Meeting 8-30-17

on YouTube:


Photos & Maps of Our Gallatin Front/Limestone Creek & Forest at risk

    See New Photos & Maps  of the proposed DNRC logging

     project at the bottom of this page.

Save Our Gallatin Front!

between Mt. Ellis and Triple Tree Trail