Centennial Valley Association

The Centennial Valley Association works to preserve traditional ranching as a way of life in Montana's Centennial Valley, and to maintain quality open space, wildlife habitat, water quality and wildlife migration corridors as they exist today for future generations. The organization is made up of landowners in the Centennial Valley and associate members who have an interest in the future of the valley.

Centennial Valley Association has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2006.

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Centennial Valley Association Grant history

2016

$20,000 - To protect wildlife habitat and wildlife connectivity in Montana’s Centennial Valley. Place-based conservation

2015

$20,000 - To protect wildlife habitat and wildlife connectivity in Montana’s Centennial Valley. Place-based conservation

2013

$10,000 - To protect wildlife habitat and wildlife connectivity in Montana's Centennial Valley. Grassroots fund

2010

$30,000 - To protect open space, wildlife habitat, water quality and wildlife migration corridors in Montana's Centennial Valley. Place-based conservation

2009

$15,000 - To protect open space, wildlife habitat, water quality and wildlife migration corridors in Montana's Centennial Valley. Place-based conservation

2008

$25,000 - To protect open space, wildlife habitat, water quality and wildlife migration corridors in Montana's Centennial Valley. Place-based conservation

2007

$28,000 - To protect open space, wildlife habitat, water quality and wildlife migration corridors in Montana's Centennial Valley. Place-based conservation

2006

$30,000 - To maintain open space, protect wildlife habitat, provide wildlife migration routes, control the spread of noxious weeds and protect the watershed of the Centennial Valley in southwestern Montana. Place-based conservation