Vital Ground has $20,000 remaining to finish the Wild River Project and get ready to begin fisheries and wildlife habitat restoration. You can help us purchase these last three acres by contributing.
The Wild River Project covers more than 125 contiguous acres along the Kootenai River near Troy, Montana. Located near the confluence of the Yaak and Kootenai rivers, the site represents a natural bottleneck for wildlife moving across the valley. The Kootenai River splits the Cabinet and Purcell mountain ranges, each of which is home to a small population of grizzly bears as well as Canada lynx, wolverine and other sensitive species. More info.