By Andi Bourne

Trails Check-in Promotes Sharing, Economic Benefits


Sara Schmidt

Representatives from the Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation, The Nature Conservancy, Bureau of Land Management, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the U.S. Forest Service answered questions and shared information about strategies for working with the various agencies.

LINCOLN – Trails connecting communities to each other, people to the community and dollars to the local economy were the main discussion points at the day-long Southwest Crown Regional Trails Check-in Feb. 28 in Lincoln. The check-in was a continuation of the conversation that was started at the initial Southwest Crown Regional Trails Summit May 2015. It allowed groups to reconnect and share information about what projects are being worked on, learn from one another and to be more efficient in existing and future projects.

The Blackfoot Challenge partnered with the Seeley Lake and Lincoln...

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