Wild & Scenic Film Festival

The Friends of the Missouri Breaks Monument are excited to host the Wild & Scenic Film Festival for 5 dates, at 5 locations across Montana.  Let’s come together, celebrate, and get inspired to protect our public lands!

2018 FMB Annual Meeting

August 2nd at Coal Banks Landing, 4PM.

Come join FMB Staff and Board at Coal Banks Landing to hear what the organization has been up to this year and celebrate our community. We will host a barbecue after the meeting for all who attend.

 

About Us

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit established in 2001 to support the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument – where the wild and scenic Missouri River flows through nearly half-a-million acres of central Montana prairies and badlands. Our mission is to protect and preserve the Monument by educating the public, advocating for responsible access and environmentally responsible uses, and to support groups and agencies that protect and restore the Monument.

Donate

FMB relies on donations from people like you to complete our mission. Whether it is planting cottonwood trees, hiring seasonal stewards, organizing letter writing campaigns, or developing STEM education, your donations provide the support needed to advance our efforts. Click below to make a donation to FMB.

Get Involved

The work that the Friends of the Missouri Breaks Monument (FMB) does wouldn’t be possible without the support of our members and volunteers. Whether it is planting cottonwood trees along the Missouri River, creating STEM Education programs, or advocating for the proper management of the monument, we couldn’t do it without your support. Learn more about different ways you can support FMB.

The Breaks

The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument comprises 375,000 acres of public land in central Montana. It is part of the nation’s system of National Conservation Lands administered by the BLM. The National Conservation Lands include approximately 27 million acres of National Monuments, National Conservation Areas, Wilderness Areas, Wilderness Study Areas, Wild and Scenic Rivers and National Scenic and Historic Trails. These lands hold a spectacular array of plant life, wildlife, unique geological features, endless recreational opportunities and significant historical and cultural values.

Media

FMB is proud to provide opportunities for volunteers to give back to public lands through stewardship events within the Upper Missouri River Breaks Monument, and we are regularly found throughout Montana promoting recreation and raising awareness for the Monument.

Contact Us

Do you have questions or comments about what we are doing?
We would love to hear from you!