We are so honored to be featured in one of Lara’s many excellent films!
Watch below to learn more about the work we do, the Big Hole Valley, and our wonderful partners and supporters who make it all possible!
About the Film
The film and podcasts from the Big Hole Valley for the Life in the Land project are now available!
Head to LifeintheLand.org for both the 31 minute film as well as the podcast episodes, which can also be found on Apple or Spotify on the “Stories for Action” series.
The Big Hole Valley on Southwest Montana is an expanse of primarily intact grasslands, sage steppe, and forested mountains, which hosts incredible biodiversity, cattle rangelands, and attracts people from all over the world who come to interact with this place through fly fishing. Find out how people representing a diversity of needs within a watershed are coming together to benefit all life within the land, water, and communities. Find out how these relationships are building resiliency through droughts and other pressures.
This content is centered around the work of the Big Hole Watershed Committee.
Homelands of the Salish, Nez Perce, Lemhi Shoshone, Bannock, Blackfeet, Apsalooke, Cheyenne, and other Indigenous tribes who interacted with and stewarded these lands for thousands of years.