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Support the Tradition of Montana’s Outdoors

March 26th, 2019

Learn why Prickly Pear Land Trust is a proponent of SB 24 -– a simple, practical step toward maintaining the lands we depend on for work and play.

Join team PPLT as our new Development Manager

March 25th, 2019

Prickly Pear Land Trust is hiring a Development Manager. Interested in joining our team, or know someone who is qualified? Send them our way!

ASARCO settlement funds could be used for trails, water tank replacements in East Helena

February 11th, 2019

The state of Montana proposes spending nearly $5.5 million on water infrastructure, wetlands rehabilitation and recreation trails and creek access on former ASARCO lands in East Helena.

Crowd packs Montana Capitol in support of public lands

January 14th, 2019

“Today we celebrate our public lands, and I want you to make it loud and clear so that every legislator, every lobbyist and everybody else in this building knows exactly what our priorities are,” said Mary Hollow, executive director of Prickly Pear Land Trust and emcee for the rally to the crowd.

Ameicorps VISTA Opportunity

December 11th, 2018

PPLT is looking to host an Americorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) member for 2019!

Cactus Club Kids

November 29th, 2018

A Q&A with two Helena kids that give a portion of their weekly allowance to PPLT's monthly giving program, Cactus Club.

Letter to the Trail Community from PPLT’s Board of Directors

November 27th, 2018

PPLT connects people to the land in all ways: on a horse, bike, your own feet, in a wheelchair, running, or playing with your children.

New Habitat, New Birds

November 11th, 2018

As Prickly Pear Land Trust's restoration project along Sevenmile Creek continues, the bird habitat increases.

How The Great Outdoors Can Improve Your Life

October 24th, 2018

“When you have people who have a certain amount of access to nature and then you give them a bit more, you see better social functioning...” - Ming Kuo

The Science of Restoration

September 14th, 2018

Our partners at the Lewis and Clark County WQPD and the Lake Helena Watershed Group have added two new monitoring sites along our Sevenmile Creek restoration work.

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