People's Way Partnership

US 93 North Wildlife Crossing Structures – Montana

The mission of the People’s Way Partnership is to build public awareness and support for wildlife crossing structures and associated mitigation measures along U.S. Highway 93 North on the Flathead Indian Reservation and beyond.

black bear crossing road

Research

Wildlife fences and crossing structures benefit human safety and provide safe crossing opportunities for wildlife.

rural road passing through community with Mission mountains in background

History

Federal, State and Tribal governments agreed to reconstruct US 93 North based no the idea that "the road is a visitor and it should respond to and be respectful of the land the Spirit of the Place."

Deer buck standing in dry grass

Why They Matter

Montana is ranked the second worst in the nation for risk of hitting a deer with an automobile, according to State Farm Insurance - Learn More

Partners –

Student Art Contest – The People’s Way Partnership conducted the Safe Passages for Wildlife poster contest to teach school-age children about the importance of wildlife crossing structures under and over highways for both human and wildlife safety. Find out more about the Wildlife crossing poster competition.

Donate Now. – Please download the (Peoples Way Partnership Donation Information PDF) to send funds towards the People’s Way Partnership outreach efforts!

 

 

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