Logjam Community Action Series

Blackfoot Challenge Fundraiser

Top Hat

Missoula, MT
Add to Calendar 12/11/2019 21:00 12/12/2019 01:00 America/Boise Blackfoot Challenge Fundraiser

As part of the Logjam Foundations new Community Action Series, Logjam Presents will host a fundraising event for the Blackfoot Challenge at the Top Hat on December 11th where 25% of all food and beverage sales between 6pm – 9pm will be donated to the Blackfoot Challenge. This event will be part of the Logjam… Continue Reading

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6:00PM - 9:00PM (show)
FREE
All Ages
Free

As part of the Logjam Foundations new Community Action Series, Logjam Presents will host a fundraising event for the Blackfoot Challenge at the Top Hat on December 11th where 25% of all food and beverage sales between 6pm – 9pm will be donated to the Blackfoot Challenge. This event will be part of the Logjam Foundation’s Community Action Series – an ongoing series of events dedicated to raising funds and awareness for local non-profit organizations.

About The Blackfoot Challenge

Founded in 1993, the mission of the Blackfoot Challenge is to coordinate efforts to conserve and enhance the natural resources and rural way of life in the Blackfoot River Watershed for present and future generations.  The Board of Directors is comprised of ranchers, local businesses, partner nonprofits, and every public agency that manages land in the Blackfoot. The key to their success is the collaborative, community-based process they follow: bring people together, facilitate respectful conversations and the exchange of information, keep the focus on shared values, and build trust.

By following this approach, the organization delivers a variety of conservation and stewardship programs in response to community and resource needs. These include: cooperative drought response between irrigators and anglers; reduction of conflicts between livestock and predators; increasing forest health and community safety from wildfire; restoring trumpeter swans; community-management of a 5,600-acre forest north of Ovando; hands-on private land stewardship assistance; and invasive weed management across public and private lands.

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