Friends of the Crazy Mountains
P.O. Box 77
Wilsall, Mt. 59086















FOCM Benefit At Katabatic Brewing Company

FOCM held a Benefit for Crazy Mountain Public Lands & Trail Access, at the Katabatic Brewing Company, in Livingston, Montana, on November 14, 2017.

Brad Wilson, founder of FOCM, introduced himself, the history of how he and some hunting buddies were on the Shields portion of the Crazy Mountains, concerned with the poor condition of the FS trails. He relayed his contacting the Yellowstone District Ranger, Alex Sienkiewicz, to see about volunteering for trail maintenance in the Crazy Mountains.

Thus was born, the Friends of the Crazy Mountains, in the Fall of 2016. FOCM began holding open, public meetings, in Livingston, at the Forest Service office. They quickly realized they needed to address public access as well. Brad described the situation like David versus Goliath.

Brad then opened the mic to the audience. John Gibson, with PLWA, shared about the importance of public access to our public lands; JW Westman spoke about supporting this grassroots group.

Raffle items, including FOCM gear (hats, T-shirts, vests and jackets), had been contributed for the fundraiser, which were then drawn.

FOCM would like to acknowledge Katabatic Brewing Company for allowing us to host the benefit with them, as well as participate in their "Beer for a Cause"; where $1 goes to the non-profit of the night.

Thank you all for your support, your contributions and your participation!


Friends of the Crazy Mountains is registered with the Montana Secretary of State Assumed Business Name (A1050546)

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