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Climate Action Project
Our Climate Action Project
Humans have accelerated climate change. It's up to humans to address it. Headwaters Montana engages in educational work to help community members and political leaders understand their roles in addressing climate change, locally. We also work to show the impact unchecked warming could have on our water supply, wildlife populations and recreation-based economy. Through better understanding and action, we can do our part to curb global warming and prepare for the inevitable changes it will cause.
Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent
Headwaters Montana is a core member of the Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent. Part of the Roundtable's function is to help build the regional identity of the Crown so that citizens can meet important conservation goals, include the many challenges expected from climate change.
- Modeling Climate-Induced Glacier Change in Glacier National Park, 1850-2100
- Climate Change 101: Understanding and Responding to Global Climate Change
- Montana Climate Change Advisory Group
- Montana DEQ Climate Change in Montana Home Page
- Montana Climate Challenge
- The western climate initiative
- Climate Change in Mountain Ecosystems (CCME)
- The 5 Stages of Climate Grief by Steve Running (Video)
- The 5 Stages of Climate Grief by Steve Running (Article)
- Numerical Terradynamic Simulation Group
Complimentary Headwaters Hat Donate $100 or more to receive one of these hats to show your support for conservation in the Flathead! ~ Thank You!
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Have A Wilderness Story to Tell?
The Wilderness Act of 1964 marks its 50th birthday on September 20, 2014. Headwaters Montana has joined other northwest Montana voices in recognizing and celebrating this important milestone. We will present here interviews and stories from across the region from people who - like you - value our congressionally protected wilderness legacy. If you have a special story to share about wilderness, please submit your letter (500 words or less, please) here. If space and time permits we will post your story on our website and share it with the Montana wilderness community. We're sure you'll find these stories interesting and compelling.
Mark Your Calendar! The 50th Wilderness birthday party is planned for September 20, 2014, at the Flathead County Fairgrounds. Plan on attending. It will be a WILD time!