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Gallatin Wildlife Association GWA Charity Profile
The Gallatin Wildlife Association (GWA), formed in 1976, is a non-profit 501c(3) corporation. GWA, representing hunters, anglers and other conservationists, has established itself as a leader in wildlife habitat protection and conservation issues in southwest Montana and elsewhere. GWA’s membership works hard to protect habitat and conserve wildlife for future generations.
GWA's objectives are:
Promote restoration, maintenance and perpetuation of native fish, wildlife and their habitat.
Promote and support sound management of fish and wildlife including public hunting and fishing on an optimum, sustained yield basis.
Provide a means whereby all people coordinate their efforts to accomplish these purposes.
Gallatin Wildlife Association GWA Volunteer Information
Twice annually, GWA volunteers take pride in cleaning up the Gallatin River along the highway at the mouth of the Gallatin Canyon near Spanish Creek.