Save the Montana Outdoor Fund
Montana is the only place that sets aside taxes from the sale of recreational marijuana to unlock public access, enhance outdoor opportunities, and protect our state's wildlife. But Governor Gianforte has proposed to block any future cannabis tax revenue from being used to improve public access and protect wildlife habitat.
WHAT THE MONTANA OUTDOOR FUND SUPPORTS
In Montana, taxes on the sale of recreational marijuana support several popular outdoor programs.
Montana State Parks
Montana's 56 state parks host 3 million visits every year because they are the most affordable and accessible way to access public lands.
Habitat Protection & Public Access
The Habitat Montana program is our best tool to protect wildlife habitat, maintain working lands, and unlock public access to the outdoors.