Missoula Community Wildlife Habitat Initiative

On March 9, 2015, Missoula Mayor John Engen proclaimed Missoula Wildlife Week and announced a partnership with National Wildlife Federation to promote the creation and conservation of wildlife habitats throughout the Garden City.

The goal is to recognize Missoula as Montana’s first certified Community Wildlife Habitat, promoting the use of native plants and landscaping to develop natural habitats that attract birds, bees, butterflies, bats, bugs, amphibians, and more! This is a great project for students, green teams, boy and girls scouts, clubs, outdoor recreationists, and other community groups to work on together.

Reach out to us if you are interested in joining the Missoula Habitat Team, a group of volunteers in the city dedicated to protecting and restoring wildlife habitat throughout the area!

Certified habitats
Contact our Wildlife Habitat and Sustainability Coordinator to receive a FREE Certified Wildlife Habitat sign when you register as part of our community!

Like us on Facebook for fun gardening tips, community events and fun volunteer opportunities!

Sign up for our Habitat Stewards Class to learn more about gardening for wildlife!

Get Involved:

Click here to see how you can get involved and improve the wildlife habitat in your community!

Resources

: Click here to read resources that will will teach you how to make your garden more friendly to wildlife!

Blog, Stories and Events:

 Click here to read the NWF Blog, stories from other gardeners, and upcoming events!

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