- Write the Forest
Service on a regular basis and tell them that the
Gallatins should be managed for non-motorized uses, in order
to protect and restore wilderness character: (Supervisor,
Gallatin National Forest, PO Box 130, Bozeman, MT 59771,
or email: email@example.com).
- Write your Congressional
Representatives on a regular basis, asking them
to designate all qualifying lands within the Gallatins as
legal Wilderness under the Wilderness Act of 1964.
In Montana, contact Representative
Zinke , Senator Daines , or Senator
- Write letters to the editor
of local and regional newspapers.
- Explore the Gallatins,
and learn their magic.
- Talk with friends
and neighbors about the need to protect this wildland.
- Attend public meetings
and hearings and speak out.
- Donate to Montanans for Gallatin
Wilderness. We are a totally grassroots organization
with no paid staff. We require funds and resources for printing
publications, postage, making phone calls, website hosting,
developing educational materials, advertizing where appropriate,
presenting our message to service clubs and community user
groups, and in general, supporting the efforts of our volunteers.
We gratefully accept your tax deductable
donations. Please make your checks out to Alliance for the
Wild Rockies, mentioning in the notes section: Montanans
for Gallatin Wilderness, PO Box 6151, Bozeman, MT 59771
We are a registered organization with
the Federal Government and the State of Montana. The Alliance
for the Wild Rockies , which has endorsed our Wilderness
proposal for the Gallatin Range, has agreed to act as our
Fiscal Sponsor under IRS Regulations involving 501-C-3 non-profits.
Thus, contributions to Montanans for Gallatin Wilderness are
For more information, or if you are considering a
land donation in the vicinity of the Gallatin Range,
please contact us at (406) 587-9181 or click
to email Montanans For Gallatin Wilderness.