Nothing in nature is ever lost, not really. Water that melted from glaciers hundreds of years ago persists in high lakes of the Bitterroot crest. Carbon from forests of generations past remain locked into the soil. Even the genetic history of our wildlife echos through the animals and plants living today.
Sadly, human development poses a serious challenge to the cycles of natural life. You are part of Friends of the Clearwater because you know just how much of our Wild inheritance is at risk. You want wilderness, and the spiritual significance it provides people, to exist for generations to come.
Legacy giving is a way to secure our wildlands for generations to come.
If you are interested in how to leave a legacy gift for Friends of the Clearwater, please consider leaving a message for Paul at the office (208-882-9755) or visiting www.freewill.com, a free platform designed to make leaving charitable gifts simple.
Photo credit: Chuck Pezeshki