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Member Organizations

The Montana Trails, Recreation and Park Association is comprised of professionals in the parks & recreation field dedicated to improving your quality of life! Members of the organization are affiliated with local, county, state and federal agencies and are featured throughout this website in picture collages. For further information, many have provided links to their respective websites on our Member Links page.

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Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to serve our members and support their efforts to enhance Montana's quality of life by promoting growth, preservation, and development of recreation services, tourism, and parks to benefit the health and well being of our people, our communities, our economy and our environment.

Request for Qualifications for Resource Development Coordinator with MTRPA

The Montana Trails, Recreation and Parks Association (MTRPA) is requesting qualifications from interested individuals or organizations capable of providing services that result in increased memberships, sustainable funding and increased awareness and advocacy for parks and recreation as a Resource Development Coordinator. Please see the Requests for Qualifications Resource Development Coordinator 2016 for a complete description and qualifications. Services will begin September...
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Need more money? Who doesn't? Please find information below about a grant program to fund multiple use trails.  This is from the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy. https://www.railstotrails.org/our-work/doppelt-family-trail-development-fund/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TEN_newsletter Doppelt Family Trail Development Fund | Rails-to-Trails Conservancy RTC launched the Doppelt Family Trail Development Fund in 2015 to support organizations and local governments that are implementing projects to build and improve rail-trails. www.railstotrails.org  ...
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