Wilderness State plate benefits wilds of Montana
Celebrate the Treasure State’s greatest asset with the Wilderness State license plate sponsored by Friends of the Wild Swan. Available at the Gallatin County Motor Vehicle Department and affiliate offices statewide, the purchase of this plate supports the Bigfork nonprofit’s work to protect and restore native fisheries, water quality, wildlife habitat, and wilderness ecosystems in Montana.
Donations accumulated through sales of the Wilderness State plate provide support for programs designed to secure the integrity of the Wild Rockies bioregion through citizen empowerment and the application of conservation biology, sustainable economics and environmental law. Find additional purchase information through www.dojmt.gov/driving. Show your wild side!
Established in 1987, Friends of the Wild Swan secured Endangered Species Act protection and critical habitat for the imperiled bull trout. They work to ensure the development of clean-up plans for impaired waters throughout Montana, and challenge logging and road building projects that threaten fish and wildlife habitat. The organization also constructed the Sprunger-Whitney Nature Trail, which serves as an outdoor educational resource for Sun Valley youth. Learn more about their continued efforts by visiting www.wildswan.org. •