Gallatin Invasive Species Alliance
What we do: The Gallatin Invasive Species Alliance is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization working to protect natural resources from the threats of invasive species. The Alliance’s project area, the upper Gallatin Watershed, encompasses some of the most ecologically and economically important resources in the state, providing vital habitat and water for plants, wildlife, and the people who live and recreate in the area. We work to address and mitigate the impacts of human activity on natural resources to ensure that what we love so much about this place is not destroyed by our pursuit to experience it. The Alliance provides education and direct assistance to landowners and the community, promotes and inspires conservation of natural resources via our native demonstration garden at the Historic Crail Ranch, and implements on-the-ground habitat improvement projects. Learn more about the Alliance at www.gallatinisa.org.
Mission: To protect natural resources from the threats of invasive species.
Director: Jen Mohler