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Protecting the land and preserving our heritage

About Us

The Montana Rangelands Partnership is a collaborative public-private partnership comprised of local, state, and national organizations. MRP was created to empower ranchers by providing on-the-ground technical assistance and educational resources including workshops, time efficient monitoring methods, and certified grazing plans.

Landowners have the opportunity to work alongside our field technicians and become involved in all aspects of the land management process, from evaluation to grazing management to monitoring.

The Partnership aims to recognize the good stewardship already occurring on the landscape and provide ranchers with the tools and resources to pass on their best practices to future generations.

Recent Publications

Rangeland Goods & Services

An infographic on the value of rangelands & grazing.

 

 

Range Monitoring

An overview of the rangeland services we provide.

Rangeland News

MT Outdoor Heritage Survey

"Montana is facing a growing need to increase dedicated funding to better protect our way…

Judith Basin Range School

Judith Basin Conservation District is hosting their annual range school on May 29th and 30th,…

Malta NRCS Monitoring Training

On April 25th in Malta, one of our range technicians and Malta NRCS staff will…

13th Annual Bird Watching Tour, Letcher SD

The South Dakota Grasslands Coalition and Hansen Ranch present the 13th Annual Bird Watching Tour,…

Job Announcement: Private Lands Wildlife Biologist

The Bird Conservancy of the Rockies has a job opening for a private lands wildlife…

Conservation Economics on Western Working Lands

Western Landowners Alliance published a document titled Conservation Economics on Western Working Lands in February.…

MSU to offer new ranch systems degree

BOZEMAN — A new ranching systems degree that is expected to help sustain the agricultural…

MT Women from the Ground Up airs on Montana Radio

Montana Women from the Ground Up: Passionate Voices in Agriculture and Land Conservation, a recently…

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