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High Divide Collaborative

They say the High Divide is the place where the world is cut in two.

Then again, it may be where everything comes together.

About Us

The High Divide Collaborative is an effective partnership of public land managers, state wildlife agencies, landowners, local community leaders, scientists, and conservation groups working together to conserve and restore lands of importance for local communities and to protect ecological integrity at the landscape scale. Our region of focus straddles the Continental Divide along the Idaho-Montana state line and is the center of connectivity between the Greater Yellowstone, Crown of the Continent and Central Idaho.

Upcoming Events

Come join us in Dillon March 20 -21st for our spring storytelling workshop!

Details below.

Our Impact

We are increasing on-the-ground, locally-led conservation practices and contributing to the economic and social resilience of communities throughout the region we value and call home. We do this by building a diverse network of practitioners and landowners and expanding partnership knowledge and skills through peer learning.

Building a diverse network of practitioners and landowners
Expanding partnership knowledge and skills through peer-to-peer learning
Increasing on-the-ground durable conservation

Watch our short film to learn more