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Would You Sign a Post Card for this Man?
Headwaters Montana Meets Summer Goal at Logan Pass Over 3000 New Supporters of Completing Waterton-Glacier Peace Park
At 8:30, I'd walk slowly back to the Visitor Center and set up the outreach table.
I set up a water bowl for thirsty dogs. I found it big draw for people to show their dogs but almost all dogs turned their noses up at a strange water bowl!
- Rule # 1: Never pre-judge who may give you support.
- Rule #2: Tell people what you want from them. "I am asking that you fill out a post card in support."
Families are great. Many parents used the table as a learning experience for their children. They help them fill out their own card, check their spelling, and make sure their child knows their address. Families are great.
Many people visiting Glacier come from distant countries where tabling is unfamiliar. Many people think you are trying to sell something! People from non-English speaking counties break up the routine and make you think!
Here's a list of the 24 countries that some of our new supporters hail from:
Peace and Kindness,
Complimentary Headwaters Hat Donate $100 or more to receive one of these hats to show your support for conservation in the Flathead! ~ Thank You!
Traditional Ball Cap Flat-Head Ball Cap (Click images to enlarge!)
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!