Trap Free Montana

A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization

Promoting education, the best available science, and non-lethal alternatives to trapping that foster responsible stewardship and respectful coexistence with wildlife.

Take Action

  • There are really just a handful of us and so many of you. We can really use your help to get much more done!

    There are a variety of ways you can assist us!

    We are in need of:

    Artists, photographs, people to attend hearings/meetings related to trapping, writers, collaborators, coordinators, items to sell, grant writers, fundraisers, event invites and participants.

    People can always help by keeping their eyes and ears open to trapping and notifying us. Pictures are very helpful.


    Your donation to Trap Free Montana will help us advance the education, science, and economics supporting the value of wildlife alive contrary to the unnecessary and inhumane act of trapping. With your support, our efforts increase public awareness and knowledge regarding the actual hidden truths in trapping and its many indiscriminate victims.

    Your donation will help us promote the use of effective preventative and non-lethal measures for unfounded, perceived and legitimate conflicts with wildlife thereby reducing the cruel, historic, and chronic response of deadly trapping.

    Please make a tax deductible donation to Trap Free Montana, Inc. a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, today!

    Every contribution helps….no matter the amount!

    Every contribution goes directly to the cause!

    Trap Free Montana will not share or sell a donor's personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations.



  • Montana Governor:
    Governor Steve Bullock
    by mail: Office of the Governor PO Box 200801 Helena MT, 59620-0801
    By phone: 406-444-3111 - Toll Free: 855-318-1330
    By e-mail:
    On line:

  • S.1081 - Refuge from Cruel Trapping Act

    RE: S.1081 - Refuge from Cruel Trapping Act

    Our National Wildlife Refuges number over 500. 

    A guiding principle of the National Wildlife Refuge System states:
  • S.1081 - Refuge from Cruel Trapping Act

    Our National Wildlife Refuges number over 500. These refuges are reported home to more than 700 species of birds, 220 species of mammals, 250 species of reptiles and amphibians, 1,000 species of fish as well as innumerable invertebrates and plants. The refuges are promoted to provide safe haven for 280 endangered species.

    Well over half of them allow trapping!

    Now where does trapping fit in to refuge, shelter, conservation, restoration and safe haven? It doesn't!

Get in touch

Trap Free Montana

PO Box 335

Hamilton, Montana 59840

Phone: 406-218-1170

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