Upcoming events

July 22 and 23 (Tuesday and Wednesday), Judith Landing area

Help us attack invasive salt cedar in the river corridor, to help keep salt cedar from outcompeting native cottonwoods. You’ll be working with us and with Montana Conservation Corps crews in some spectacular country. Contact our Restoration and Volunteer Coordinator, Sara, at to sign up. Can’t make it in July? We’re also planning an August date in the James Kipp area.

An MCC crew poses on the prairie after a long day of work. (Photo MCC).

An MCC crew poses on the prairie after a long day of work. (Photo MCC).

September 7 and 8 (Sunday and Monday), location TBA

Interested in helping rehabilitate a portion of the expansive road network BLM has identified for removal? Learn about restoration tools and concepts while helping us and Montana Conservation Corps youth crews decommission roads on the Monument to protect cultural resources and improve habitat for important upland species such as sage grouse and big game.

An MCC worker installs posts for a fence. (Photo MCC).

An MCC crew member works hard on a previous fencing project (Photo MCC).

September 27 - Celebrate your Monument during National Public Lands Day with our annual cleanup of both Wood Bottom and James Kipp Recreation Area with our BLM partners.

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We’re so pleased to have made a difference last year thanks to our members and volunteers. Thanks for all you do to protect the Monument and its wider home on Montana’s wild prairies. Looking forward to seeing you in the Monument in 2014!