Preserving quality of life in  Gallatin County. 


The Open Lands Program has been a tremendous success, but our community continues to face the challenges of growth.

Gallatin County is the fastest growing county in Montana, and we are losing open lands every day. We need to act now to plan for the future and preserve our quality of life, water quality, and open lands for future generations.


Vote For Open Lands.


Our Outdoor Heritage

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Working Farms and Ranches

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A Healthy Economy

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The Next Generation

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What do Gallatin County's Open Spaces mean to you?

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Success stories

Protected in Perpetuity.

The last Open Lands Bond, passed in 2004, allowed landowners and land trusts to protect nearly 50,000 acres of land as natural areas, ranches, and wildlife habitat through the Gallatin County Open Lands Program. 

 Sunset over a protected property along the Gallatin River.

Sunset over a protected property along the Gallatin River.