Non-Profit Tuesday: Five Valleys Land Trust

**Every Tuesday we partner with a different non-profit organization in our community and donate 15% of our evening’s sales to their cause.  Join us for these special nights and learn more about the wonderful work that is going on in Missoula!**

Five Valleys Land Trust

Founded in 1972, FVLT works with landowners to help them conserve and maintain their family lands through voluntary conservation easements. This work includes land and water in the Bitterroot, Blackfoot, Upper Clark Fork, Lower Clark Fork, and the Mission Valleys.


(photo courtesy Five Valleys Land Trust)

To date, Five Valleys has protected more than 70,000 acres including over 65,000 acres of wildlife habitat, 45,000 acres of agricultural land, 44,000 of scenic open space and over 5,000 acres of wetlands.

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Why We Love Them…

 For the last 40 years, FVLT has protected the places where Missoulians love to play, Mt. Jumbo, Mt. Sentinel, the North Hills, Alberton Gorge, to name a few.

Bring your friends, learn more about the organization and share a fun night celebrating the important work Five Valleys does in our community!



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