The Partnership in Action
The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) is partnering with the American Forest Foundation (AFF) to help connect landowners, like you, to information and assistance from local resources.
Montana is no stranger to wildfire. And whether you own 100 trees, or 100 acres of trees, there are straight forward steps you can take to reduce your risk of severe fire on your land.
About The Partners
The American Forest Foundation (AFF), a non-governmental organization, works on behalf of family forest owners around the country who want to ensure their forests stay healthy for – wildlife, recreation, solitude, and most importantly a place to enjoy with family and friends.
The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) is charged with ensuring that Montana’s land and water resources provide benefits for present and future generations. The DNRC’s Forestry Division provides fire protection and landowner assistance to private forest owners across the state. Assistance opportunities include free consultations with DNRC service foresters, guidance on forest practices laws, discounted seedlings through the state nursery, answers to your questions about forest insects and disease, and cost-share funding through the DNRC stewardship program.