The Jack Creek Preserve Foundation is a non-profit organization that promotes wildlife conservation and outdoor education on 4,500 acres of protected habitat between Ennis and Big Sky, Montana.  The property provides a vital connection between two units of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness, extending critical wildlife habitat from Yellowstone National Park through the Madison Range and northward.  Further, the Preserve maintains two trail connections that link the National Forest system.  The Preserve is open to the public and offers experiential outdoor education to all ages.  We look forward to seeing you.

Save the Date – sflowersJuly 9, 2016 – Wildflower Walk with local author Whitney Tilt

  • Where:  Jack Creek Preserve Outdoor Education Center
  • When: July 9, 2016
  • Time:  10:00am
  • Cost:  Free

Please RSVP so we can provide you with a Jack Creek Road pass, which is required to visit the Preserve. Send an email to sarah@jackcreekpreserve,org, or call 406-995-7880.  You can also contact Sarah Tilt, Executive Director directly at 406-223-2273.

Alternatively, Road passes are available at Shedhorn Sports in Ennis and at Big Sky Community Organization at 32 Town Center Drive.

 

The Preserve Wildlife Cameras were generously donated by Bill Drulias and Jan Hill, Alberto Giussani, Stephanie Straus, Michael Urban, Brenda and Jeffrey Velasco, and Jeffrey Williams.