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Coordinating Committee Announced

High Divide Collaborative Coordinating Committee This committee represents the many sectors and regions of the High Divide and is charged with guiding the progress of the High Divide Collaborative. The High Divide Collaborative Coordinating Committee Members: Private Landowners, Ranchers Merrill… Continue Reading →

Report on the High Divide Workshops in Dillon, MT, April 2017

Ranchlands – Recreation – Forests WHEN: April 2017 WHERE: Dillon, Montana at​ University of Montana Western We brought together some 100 stakeholders for the High Divide Collaborative workshops that focused on three goals that we had not yet explored in depth: ranchlands, recreation,… Continue Reading →

Cross-boundary wildlife modeling

One of the shared priorities for the High Divide Collaborative is to conserve continental scale connectivity between large protected core areas for wide-ranging wildlife like pronghorn, elk, moose, lynx, and wolverine. To this extent we have started collaborating with Idaho… Continue Reading →

See the Summary for Community-based Collaboration Workshop Nov 30-Dec 1, 2016

Community-Based Collaboration Workshop on November 30 and December 1 at Fairmont Hot Springs in Anaconda, MT Community-based Collaboration Workshop Summary This workshop was designed for leaders of community–based conservation organizations across the High Divide and Northern Rockies landscapes, seasoned trainers and consulting practitioners, representatives from… Continue Reading →

Celebrating Conservation & Community August 16, 2016

The High Divide Collaborative gathered in Salmon, Idaho, on Tuesday, August 16, 2016, to celebrate recent conservation successes and to screen “The High Divide: Where we all come together,” a brand new short film produced for the Collaborative. Special guest for… Continue Reading →

Workshop: March 15-16, 2016 @ Dillon, MT

Dates: March 15 and 16, 2016 Location: Lewis & Clark Conference Room, University of Montana Western, Dillon, MT Workshop Title: High Divide for the Next Generation – What can we do today to leave vibrant communities and healthy lands and… Continue Reading →

LWCF Update

Photo by Terry R. Thomas Land & Water Conservation Fund – Updates on our proposals Fiscal Year 2016 With the approval of the FY2016 Budget in December 2015, we learned that the High Divide Collaborative Landscape will receive nearly… Continue Reading →

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