By Lee Boman
Seeley Lake, Mont. 

Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act Will Ensure the Magic of Montana Forever


SEELEY LAKE - It doesn’t matter if you are a Republican, Democrat or Independent. It makes no difference if you enjoy snowmobiling or hiking or both. Regardless of personal preferences, all Montanans can be proud of the proposal a group of local folks generated over ten years. The proposal is now known as the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act. If passed it will enhance timber, recreation and conservation forever in about 80,000 acres near Ovando and Seeley Lake.

It turns out working together is valued by most Montanans. A poll, conducted by a bipartisan team of Republican pollster Lori Weigel and Democratic pollster Dave Metz last spring, reported three-to-one support for the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Project. Republicans favored the project by 74 percent, Independents by 75 percent and Democrats by 73 percent.

The Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act will bring both social and economic benefits to our region when passed. Even more important are the advantages those yet unborn will enjoy 50 years from now because of the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act. We know how crowded the parking lot at Logan pass is today. Can you image what it will be like in 50 years?

Want more snowmobiling and mountain biking? How about a sustainable timber industry and healthy forests? Those are some of the key enhancements facilitated by the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act. Visit for additional information and reasons why this made in Montana proposal will help ensure the magic of Montana lasts forever.


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