Welcome to the Gallatin Community Collaborative

The next full Gallatin Community Collaborative (GCC) meeting will be our Annual Meeting held Wednesday, 6:00pm on June 24 at the Holiday Inn, 5 East Baxter Lane, Bozeman, MT. Download the Agenda

The GCC Shared Values Statement approved by unanimous consensus of 37 Members present on May 30, 2015. Download Here.

Video Recordings from our May 30, 2015 public learning session, Learning from Our Neighbors: Success Stories from the Whitefish Range Partnership and Bridger Tetons.

A video of the question period that followed can be found here.

The Gallatin Community Collaborative (GCC) is a community-driven project whose purpose is to create broad-based consensus regarding the management and stewardship of the Custer Gallatin National Forest (CGNF), with particular attention to the Gallatin Range Wilderness Study Area (HPBH WSA).
March 29 coverage in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Get Involved
The Gallatin Community Collaborative offers many different roles and opportunities to participate or just listen – something to fit almost everyone’s interests and schedules.

4 Responses to Welcome to the Gallatin Community Collaborative

  1. David Wallin says:

    Would like to continue to be on the contact list. Appreciate any discussion on the reprehensibly exorbitant charges for maintaining a small cabin-in family since 1955-on forest service land that used to be a 99 year lease at $99 per year and now almost $4000.00 with only seasonal road access.

    • admin says:

      David, hi,
      Thank you for the interest and will put you on our mailing list. The GCC encourages all interested parties to participate in the process.
      Kind Regards,
      Joe Josephson & Stacy Bragg
      Governance Committee Co-Chairs

  2. Roxanna Mclaughlin says:

    Please send me the link to the map that was used at the Feb 28 meeting. There was one map copy on each of seven tables. The scale and detail was very helpful and I would like to get a large copy printed for my home reference. Thanks.

    • admin says:

      There is a page specific to the February 28, 2015 public meeting found on this site under the “GCC Archives” page in the News & Events tab. The digital file for that map is quite large but will be posting it for download as soon as we get a copy and get it uploaded to the site.

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