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2020 Begins With Growing Needs

As 2020 begins, the year ahead predicts a growing need to help more young boys and girls who are at risk of physical and emotional harm due to their living circumstances or home environment.

As a result, Yellowstone faces many budgetary challenges to continue providing the level of care these vulnerable children require.

If you share the Yellowstone vision, you believe in the power to help hurting children overcome stressful challenges and transform their lives.

By supporting Yellowstone in 2020, you will help lead at-risk children to a healthier and brighter future.  Thank-You!

Holiday Photo Gallery

A special Thank You to our generous donors, local businesses, community volunteers, and our remarkable staff for making the holidays warm and bright for YBGR kids. 

Fall Wrangler Newsletter

In the Fall edition of the Wrangler Newsletter available online now, we’ll introduce you to  Cody.  You’ll want to read about her amazing journey from  childhood crisis to successful college student.  Cody is one of the proud recipients of this year’s Yellowstone Foundation Alumni Scholarships.  We’re also thanking our amazing volunteers, talking about horses at Dillon CBS,  showing off 4 seasons of recreation activities, and much more.

Featured Brochure:   Look for the Signs

The Wrangler publication reports on the direct working relationship of the Ranch with children and the Foundation’s activities in fundraising for the benefit of at-risk youth.

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Into the Wild

Students in YBGR’s Pheasant Program released their first 40 birds into the wild at Kindsfater Wetland Mitigation Site near Laurel, Montana in September.   Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks and the MT Department of Transportation contracted for the birds as part of habitat restoration in the area. YBGR will release 100 mature pheasants at three separate wetland sites this fall.  The program will retain 50 hens and 15 roosters to produce next year’s crop of pheasants.