For generations, the land around Montana’s Trumbull Creek has provided forestry jobs for the local economy, clean water, critical fish and wildlife habitat, and recreation for residents and visitors, including hunting, fishing, cross country skiing, and hiking. Now those benefits are protected forever through a conservation easement that bars commercial and residential development while guaranteeing public access and preserving sustainable forestry. Trumbull Creek is located in the heart of the Crown of the Continent eco-region, the last remaining stronghold for several native fish and wildlife species, including grizzly bear, Canada lynx, and westslope cutthroat trout. Conserving these lands helps ensure clean water and healthy habitat for these federally listed threatened and endangered species.

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