Montana Trout Unlimited Chapters
BITTERROOT CHAPTER #08 BIG BLACKFOOT CHAPTER #544
FLATHEAD VALLEY CHAPTER #08 GEORGE GRANT CHAPTER #183
JOE BROOKS CHAPTER #02 KOOTENAI VALLEY CHAPTER #683
www.joebrookstu.org Libby, MT
CHUCK ROBBINS CHAPTER #656 MADISON-GALLATIN CHAPTER #024
MAGIC CITY FLY FISHERS #582 MISSOURI RIVER FLYFISHERS
PAT BARNES-MISSOURI RIVER CHAPTER #055 SNOWY MOUNTAIN CHAPTER #610
www.patbarnestu.org Lewistown, MT
WESTSLOPE CHAPTER #056
Montana Trout Unlimited Chapter Mini-Grant Program
In 2002, Montana TU’s State Council created three investment funds from which earnings can be used to fund specific projects that further MTU’s mission “to conserve, protect and restore Montana’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.” The earnings from these funds are meant for projects that are outside MTU’s annual budget. Two of these funds, the Habitat Protection and Enhancement Fund and the Steve Bryant Wild Trout Stewardship Fund, may be tapped for chapter projects in Montana. To request funding, chapters must submit a fully completed Mini-Grant Application to email@example.com. Proposals are then circulated to the full executive committee for review and decision. The application deadlines each year are November 1st & April 1st. Chapters must complete final reporting forms or submit a project update if the project is not yet completed to be eligible for future funding.
Funding availability varies from year to year. We encourage you to contact Montana TU to learn more before submitting a grant application. Call Montana TU at 406-543-0054 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project eligibility: Only TU chapters or affiliates in Montana are eligible for funding. Chapter presidents or the presiding officer of a chapter or affiliate must sign each proposal.
Chapter Program Library
This program library is a resource for Chapters to find engaging presenters for their chapter meetings. If you would like to add to the list, please send your presenter information to email@example.com.