Welcome to the Southwestern Crown Collaborative
The Southwestern Crown Collaborative (SWCC) brings together residents, interested citizens, business enterprises, and conservation organizations to consider creative solutions in the management of National Forests in the Blackfoot, Clearwater, and Swan River valleys. It is an open, independent, volunteer organization that encourages broad participation by all interested parties. The SWCC promotes sustainable forest management, the restoration of watersheds, science-based evaluation of management activities, and opportunities for nearby rural communities to benefit from these lands and waters. Our mission is to work towards a healthy and sustainable landscape in this region taking into account everything from local ecosystems to local economies.
Events and Updates
September 5, 2019: SWCC meeting and Seeley field trip. 10am-3:30pm. Seeley Lake Ranger District. (agenda coming soon)
August 28, 2019: Mid-Swan Project field trip (details coming soon).
MFCN letter of support for Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act
Recent NPR story on carnivore monitoring project.
SWCC Meeting Notes April 23, 2019
Updated List of Monitoring Reports, Publications, and Presentations.
Meet our team and learn about our approach to management in the Southwestern Crown of the Continent Region.
See what we've been tracking with our monitoring program including project summaries and reports.
Take a look at the projects we're involved in and the on-the-ground work we do.
Click here to gain access to resources such as meeting notes, reports, and workshop materials.