YOU can nominate inductees to the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame! Do you know someone deserving of this honor? If so, please consider submitting a nomination recognizing the outstanding contributions they have made to the restoration, conservation, and protection of our great state of Montana. Every two years, we seek to induct a diverse group of highly qualified individuals into the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame. Nominees do not have to be living nor do they have to be a resident of Montana, as long as they have spent some time in Montana and the impact to Montana was or is significant. Anyone can nominate a deserving person; inductees are nominated by people through an open public solicitation process.
The MOHF Board of Directors makes the final selection based on the recommendation provided by a review committee comprised of a cross-section of Montana’s conservation and outdoor community.
Nominees are then reviewed and vetted by a group of reviewers representing the cross-section of Montana’s diverse conservation and outdoor community including at least one representative from each of the following categories:
- Historical community/society
- State and/or federal natural resource agency
- Hunting-conservation advocacy community
- Fishing-conservation advocacy community
- Wilderness-wild land advocacy community
- Land trust-preservation community
- Environmental advocacy community
- Environmental historian, philosopher, or writer
- Ranching-farming community
- Native American community
DUE February 29, 2020
Please submit your nomination all at once. You will not be able to save it and then return to it at a later date. We suggest writing the entire nomination in a word document and then cutting and pasting sections into this form. That way you have a copy on file in case something doesn’t work. If submitting a nomination online does not work for you at all, please contact Thomas Baumeister at (406) 431-4326 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make alternative arrangements. Thanks.