- Promote the belief that Montana's
fish, wildlife, public lands and water are owned in
common and to be shared equally by all its citizens.
- On public lands, wildlife has
priority over livestock, and other consumptive and extractive
- Promote public hunting as a legitimate
and desirable wildlife management tool which is a fundamental
part of our Montana heritage.
- Promote the protection, restoration
and conservation of habitat on which our fish and wildlife
- Promote scientific management
of fish and wildlife species on an optimum sustained
Association is open to membership by wildlife advocates
and sportsmen/women. Our members include hunters and non-hunters,
but we are all united by our passion for wildlife, our
committment to habitat, and the assuring that public lands
are used to support public wildllife. GWA board meetings
usually occur weekly.
We have no paid directors or staff. All advocacy carried
out by GWA is on a volunteer basis. For further information
on becoming a member, please see our Membership
info. Glenn Hockett serves as our Volunteer President
of the Gallatin Wildlife Association.
- Mail: Gallatin Wildlife Association,
PO Box 5317, Bozeman, MT 59717
- Phone: (406) 586-1729