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Skalkaho Bend Park

Will you help secure this critical funding from Montana’s Recreational Trails Program by leaving a comment in support of the future Skalkaho Bend Park? The public comment period is open now, and it’s easy to do: leave your comment here.

The public comment period ends March 9.

Skalkaho Bend Park is 70 acres of river bottom, cottonwood galleries, and Bitterroot mountain views—just the kind of place kids need, close to home.

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