Assisting collaboration in forest and grassland restoration, conservation and resource utilization—for the benefit of all.

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The Montana Forest Collaboration Network (MFCN) is primarily a volunteer consensus-based collaborative group, formed in August 2016 to assist collaborative groups across Montana in forest and grassland restoration, conservation and resource utilization for the benefit of all.
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“I am especially grateful and proud of the work of Montana’s 22 forest collaboratives and the efforts of the Montana Forest Collaboration Network to advance shared learning and solutions born of compromise for the health and resiliency of our forests and communities. The work of the collaboratives and the Network is not only helping us chart our own course and achieve meaningful progress across Montana, it is reverberating across the West and in the halls of Congress.”

—Montana Governor Steve Bullock—

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Regional Workshop MFCN co-sponsored with Idaho Forest Partners March 2018
Regional Workshop MFCN co-sponsored with Idaho Forest Partners March 2018
Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Project
Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Project
Clearwater Resource Council
Clearwater Resource Council
Southwest Crown of the Continent—working on a project
Southwest Crown of the Continent—working on a project
MFCN 1st Annual Workshop - Helena 2016
MFCN 1st Annual Workshop – Helena 2016
Lincoln Restoration Committee collaboratively mapping
Lincoln Restoration Committee collaboratively mapping
Beaverhead-Deerlodge Working Group
Beaverhead-Deerlodge Working Group
The Gold Butterfly Project — Bitterroot Restoration Committee
The Gold Butterfly Project — Bitterroot Restoration Committee