Just because we are keeping a distance doesn’t mean we can’t stay connected to nature. We need trails to quiet places for solitude and the mental health benefits provided by being in nature.
PLEASE consider donating today to help protect the Great Burn; to protect the clean free-flowing rivers that support great fisheries; and to protect important wildlife habitat that provides connectivity to the north and south.
If you’re not currently in a position to give, you can still help us out by sharing the link to our giving page, encouraging others to follow us on social media, and telling your friends what the Great Burn means to you!
Visit this page to donate today!
For more than 40 years, GBCA has been working with the Forest Service and partners to ensure that a wild Great Burn persists into the future. But we can’t do it without you.
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest is currently seeking public comment on its proposed forest plan, which determines how places like the Great Burn will be managed for decades to come. As proposed, the plan reduces recommended wilderness and poses a risk to wildlife like mountain goats, wolverine and fisher.
The public comment period for the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest closes on April 20th. Use this handy tip sheet from our friends at Montana Wilderness Association to inform your comment.
Comment today to support a wild Great Burn.