Create a Conservation Legacy

Southwest Montana's exquisite web of ranchlands and wildlands is irreplaceable. Unfortunately, development pressure and poor private land management threaten the natural beauty and ecological integrity of this region. Become part of a growing movement to protect these lands by making a savvy investment in Montana conservation real estate.

Our brokers help buyers find and buy Montana conservation real estate, including ranches, fly fishing properties, and hunting retreats. They can also advise buyers on the potential tax benefits of land conservation.

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Strategic Land Conservation

Rivers, grasslands, wetlands, woodlands, and wildlife corridors - much of the habitat critical to wildlife and biological diversity - is located on Montana ranches and other private land.

In the last 10 years, over 10 million acres of agricultural land and sensitive habitat have been lost to development in the West.

Experts estimate that more than 50% of the large ranches in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem have recently changed or will soon change hands in the near future.

Given this trend, the real estate marketplace provides a valuable opportunity to protect key private lands.

Mountain Lake Photo by Bob Kiesling
Bob Kiesling Photo

"Montana is an incredible place - the last best place, the wild heart of our country. This operation offers a way to help keep our ranchlands intact and undeveloped."

John Crumley, Rancher,
President of the Madison Valley Ranchlands Group

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