We’ve come a long way since the founders of PPLT met for the fist time in a living room at the base of Mount Ascension in 1996. In those 24 years, our supporters and partners have helped us with a wide range of projects. And we are planning even more for the future.
In 1996, we were founded in a living room at the base of Mount Ascension. Our founders had two passions – ? and conservation. Since our inception, we have committed to …In those 24 years, our supporters and partners have helped us with a wide range of projects. And we are planning even more for the future.
A great way to support the conservation efforts of Prickly Pear Land Trust is to participate in one of our fun events! Whether you’d like to simply attend an event or go the distance by making a donation or volunteering, there is surely a place for you at one (or all) of the land trust’s events. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to get the most up-to-date information on all events that are free and open to the public.
PPLT is excited to be a part of the East Helena community with this new park development.
East Helena residents, what do you want your new park to look like? Benches? Shade? Gardens?
We want to know! Please share your thoughts with this quick survey.
Kick off the trail running season with this iconic race in the heart of Downtown Helena!
Funds raised from this race support the South Hills Trail system and open lands! It’s all about coming together, celebrating our unifying love of the outdoors and running wild.
2023 Events Coming Soon
PPLT hosts volunteer trail works days and community events that are free and open to the public.
Team work makes the dream work,
click below to find out how you can get involved.
Your sponsorship goes far beyond PPLT events and extends throughout the year, serving 1,000s in our community—from our daily South Hills Trail hikers and bikers, to little ones and those with mobility obstacles who now access the outdoors at PPLT’s Tenmile Creek Park.