The High Divide of Idaho and Montana sits in a continentally significant place, housing headwaters for the great Missouri and Columbia watersheds that flow to opposite oceans. It is a stronghold for wildlife that have disappeared from much of their historic range and is the centerpiece for connectivity between the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the Crown of the Continent, and the great wilderness of Central Idaho.




Our recent efforts to secure funds from the Land and Water Conservation Fund focuses on the southern portion of the High Divide, shown here: