MISSION:

To understand and embrace the values of the wild and the actions that make it happen.

Our Vision

Montana Conservation Elders envisions a robust constituency of young people involved in conservation in our state. These future defenders of our rivers and wildlife must be the citizen activists who vote, donate to, and actively get involved in protecting and maintaining our public lands. To prevent the loss of quiet, wild places, MCE hopes to empower the next generation of vigorous, passionate, and effective conservation leaders.

How we work

Montana Conservation Elders is creating a Speaker’s Bureau to share our love of Montana’s wild places.  We are interested in partnering with individuals, groups, schools, museums, libraries, conservation groups and others to teach the enthralling history of conservation in Montana.

Learn more about our Speaker's Bureau


Montana Conservation Elders is an independent, non-partisan, 501(c)(3) non-profit. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, and our education and outreach efforts are carried out by our members. Our efforts are supported entirely by tax-deductible donations, so if you are interested in supporting MCE, please consider donating here.