Video: Montana students learn about wildlife monitoring

Introducing the next generation to the natural world is just one part of a larger goal of restoring our wild places throughout the United States.

One place we're doing that is in Montana's Southwestern Crown of the Continent. We recently partnered with the University of Montana and the Southwestern Crown of the Continent Collaborative to introduce 60 high school students in Lincoln, Montana, to careers in wildlife biology and forest management. By helping to get students outside to learn about nature, we hope to inspire future stewardship of wildlands. See the story in the video below.

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For other ways to help get kids outdoors, check out our Go Outside and Play Campaign