Adopt-A-Trailhead Montana (AATM)
This program is a cooperative volunteer program to help protect Montana’s trails from further spread of noxious weeds. The Adopt-A-Trailhead program relies heavily on the dedication and involvement of volunteer groups from across the state. The steps to becoming an AATM volunteer group include:
- Select a trailhead of interest.
- Get group approval and support for participating in the project.
- Work with Forest Service or Bureau of Land Management officials or the local entity where the trailhead is located.
- Select a day that works best for group members to meet and perform removal of noxious weeds at the selected trailhead.
For more information about the AATM program contact Shantell Frame-Martin, MNWEC Project Coordinator, 406-444-9491, firstname.lastname@example.org or Rory Ruffner, NWSFF Program Coordinator, 406-444-7819, email@example.com.