Missoula Outdoor Recreation & Education (MORE) Program

Sponsored: 2014 - present
Missoula Outdoor Recreation & Education (MORE) Program

MORE is a unique city-run outdoor and adventure recreation program.  Our goal is to reduce barriers so all people can get outside and be active, whether with volunteer projects on our parks and trails, historic tours, family camps or rafting one of the many rivers of Western Montana. MORE has activities for everyone.

Our popular summer camp programs give youth opportunities to explore, adventure and work as a team.  Our program has a strong passion for inclusion in recreation and we work to make sure that adventure is accessible to everyone regardless of age, disability, gender, or socio-economic status.

So drop in at MOBASH skate park, cast with us at SIlver’s Lagoon Fishing Pond or come give our High Ropes Course a try at Open Climb on Thursday Nights 5-8 this summer.  

Whatever you do this summer remember that adventure is a state of mind and the MORE program is here to make adventure accessible!

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Trees for Missoula

Sponsored: 2011 - present
Trees for Missoula

Trees for Missoula (TFM) are educators, advocates and stewards who strongly support and promote a larger, healthier urban forest for Missoula.

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Partners in Parks

Sponsored: 2011 - present

Partners in Parks aims to improve the quality of life for Missoula residents and visitors by preserving, promoting and enhancing the parks, greenways, open spaces, active play and recreational opportunities.

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Missoula Children and Nature

Sponsored: 2009 - present
Missoula Children and Nature

Missoula Children and Nature is an education organization that provides training, education and tools to facilitate the development of meaningful, life-long connections between children and the natural environment.

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Keaton Miles Memorial Fund

Sponsored: 2007 - present
Keaton Miles Memorial Fund

The Keaton Miles Memorial Fund was created in memory of Keaton Miles, who tragically died on July 16, 2007 in a vehicle accident. Keaton enjoyed team sports and was very active recreating in the outdoors. This fund was started to keep Keaton’s memory alive and to give back to others in need.

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