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Quarterly Board Meeting – June 13th at 3pm

You are invited to join our Quarterly Board Meeting on June 13th at 3pm – 4:30pm. Our board meetings are open to non-members. This is a great opportunity for non-members to come see what MTPRA is about, we love seeing new faces! (Only members can vote. Not a member? Join today!) Agenda and packet will be provided 1 week prior to meeting. Download Meeting Packet, Agenda, and Zoom Access Add June 13th at 3pm to your calendar!

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2024 Annual Member Meeting

At the MTRPA Annual Conference in April, the MTRPA will meet for the 2024 Annual Member Meeting. Monday, April 22th at 4pm: MTRPA Business Meeting at Billings Parks and Recreation Department in the conference room. The MTRPA Business Meeting will address the agenda in preparation for the Annual Member Meeting. Virtual option provided to members via email. Wednesday, April 24th at 12pm: Annual Member Meeting in the Ballroom of the Double Tree Hotel. Non-members and

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2024 MTRPA Annual Conference 4/22 – 4/25

MTRPA Annual Conference April 22nd – April 25th, 2024 DoubleTree Hotel – Billings, MT Billings Parks & Recreation is excited to host the Montana Trails, Recreation, & Park Association annual conference April 22nd – 25th at the DoubleTree Hotel in Billings, Montana! DON’T WAIT! EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS MARCH 15th at 11:59 PM!REGISTRATION DEADLINE APRIL 8th GET MORE INFO & REGISTER!

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Quarterly Board Meeting – January 25th at 3pm

You are invited to join our Quarterly Board Meeting on January 25th at 3pm. Our board meetings are open to non-members. This is a great opportunity for non-members to come see what MTPRA is about, we love seeing new faces! (Only members can vote. Not a member? Join today!) Agenda and packet will be provided 1 week prior to meeting. Add January 25th at 3pm to your calendar! DOWNLOAD AGENDA & PACKET Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/89569750976 Meeting ID:

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Going to NRPA? Meet-up with MTRPA!

Going to NRPA? Join us! MTRPA Meet-up Monday, October 9th 4pm – 6pm CT The Owners Box 555 S Lamar St, Dallas, TX 75202 Located in the Omni Hotel. Across the street from the convention center. Hope to see you there!

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Mid-Year Meeting – October 26, 2023

Mid-Year Meeting October 26, 2023 3:00 PM Mountain Time Billings Parks & Recreation 390 N 23rd St, Billings, MT 59101 The MTRPA Mid-Year will be held at Billings Parks & RecreationZoom Access Available Voting is reserved for members. Not a member? Become a member today!   Questions? Email contact@mtrpa.info DOWNLOAD MID-YEAR MEMBER Packet About MTRPA Mid-Year Meetings Mid-Year meetings are held once a year. The time and place of the meeting shall be determined at the

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2023 Montana Outdoor Recreation Summit

The 2023 Montana Outdoor Recreation Summit will happen October 11 – 13 in Butte at the Copper King Hotel.  Co-hosts include the University of Montana’s Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research (ITRR), W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, and Montana Access Project.  This Summit is a follow-up to previous Governor’s Business of Outdoor Recreation Summits which brought the entire Montana outdoor recreation communities together including recreationists, sporting goods and tourism businesses, outfitters, private organizations, agency and

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Quarterly Board Meeting – June 15th at 3pm

Download Meeting Agenda & Packet Our board meetings are open to non-members. This is a great opportunity for non-members to come see what MTPRA is about, we love seeing new faces! (Only members can vote. Not a member? Join today!) View Recording

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Call for Board Advisory Position: Indigenous Lands Manager 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApril 3, 2023 Montana Trails, Recreation, and Park Association (MTRPA), is an affiliate of the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). We are on a mission to help Montana preserve and utilize our parks, trails, and recreation resources across the state while  supporting the growth of our professional industry behind the scenes of these beloved areas and programs. In an effort to include, increase and prioritize the presence of indigenous organizations and agencies

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