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Montana Career Opportunities - Vice President of Philanthropy, Facilities & Visitor Support, Reserve Fence Technician, Graphic Designer, Wildlife Restoration Specialist - American Prairie Reserve

August 21, 2017View for printing

Today, American Prairie Reserve is a freestanding Montana-based nonprofit that started to assemble land in 2004. Our main focus is to purchase and permanently hold title to private lands that glue together a vast mosaic of existing public lands so that the region is managed thoughtfully and collaboratively with state and federal agencies for wildlife conservation and public access.

The idea of preserving a unique area of the American prairie, to be enjoyed forever and by all walks of life, has been worked on diligently, and in a variety of ways, for well over one hundred years. At American Prairie Reserve, we view our work as continuing the legacy of a long line of talented people and committed organizations as well as honoring a landscape that has helped shaped the vitality and character of our country.

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In addition, American Prairie Reserve's for-profit company, Montana Prairie Holdings, also is hiring! The ideal candidates would thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced start-up with a unique, mission-driven orientation. Check out their website to learn more about the Inside Sales Associate and Outside Sales Representative positions.

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