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Conservation Congress is small, lean, and aggressive in our efforts to protect the national forests of northern California and the wildlife that rely on them. We also speak for the wildlife of Montana.


We stretch each dollar as far as it will go. Our total annual budget is around $100,000 and we know of no other organization doing more work with fewer funds.

CC also acts as the fiscal sponsor for Grizzly Times and has a signed fiscal sponsor agreement developed by a nonprofit attorney. All donations received by Conservation Congress for Grizzly Times are passed through to the staff at Grizzly Times upon receipt of an invoice and receipts. Please put in the memo “GT” to distinguish donations from CCs donations. You may donate to Grizzly Times through CCs PayPal or Network for Good buttons,  or mail a check to Conservation Congress.


We greatly appreciate all gifts and have several options for donating.



PAYPAL - if you already have an account, or want to set one up, please click the donate button below. Please consider a monthly donation through your PayPal account. 

PayPal ButtonPayPal Button - Secure on-line gifts can also be made with your credit/debit card by clicking the logo below. Please consider a monthly donation through Network for Good.

If you would like to designate your AmazonSmile charity as Conservation Congress, click here:

Should you prefer to give by check please make checks payable to Conservation Congress and mail gifts to:


Conservation Congress

1604 1st Ave S

Great Falls, MT 59401



Conservation Congress water bottle

Conservation Congress water bottles are made by Liberty Bottles. They are made with 100% recycled materials and have our beautiful Flicker logo designed by Sue Coccia on them.


You can get YOUR Conservation Congress water bottle here using your PayPal account or Network for good - just click the logo of your choice below.   

The cost is just $20 (includes shipping.) 


Please email to notify us you have ordered


Liberty Bottles is a great American company using recycled materials and donate a percentage of their profits to environmental nonprofits.Check them out


Sue Coccia very kindly designed and donated the Conservation Congress logo.

Many thanks to Sue, and you can check out her website here:

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