Exposing the truths in trapping & promoting ethics, modern science & responsible stewardship for trapping reform.

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  • Thank you for your interest in helping rectify and ending one or many of the wrongs with trapping in Montana and wondering.......... how can you help?

  • Trap Free Montana Public Lands, Inc. (TFMPL) is a nonprofit, Montana citizen driven, all volunteer, coalition that formed at the end of 2013 as a grassroots ballot initiative committee for the 2014 ballot.

    Our progressive efforts continue as we advocate for much needed trapping reform and safe, responsible use of our treasured, yet, minimal public lands in Montana.

    We have powerful opposition from pro-trapping groups, with significant funding and out-of-state backing who are determined to preserve all the cruelty they inflict at any cost.

  • Trap Free Montana T- Shirt

    Purchase Trap Free Montana T- Shirt We currently are selling a unisex navy round neck short sleeve Trap Free Montana Public Lands T-shirt which features a small Trap Free Montana Public Lands logo on the front. On the back is the wonderful artistry of a bobcat by Sheryl Hester.

  • Montana Governor:
    Governor Steve Bullock
    by mail: Office of the Governor PO Box 200801 Helena MT, 59620-0801Photo of a dead racoon in a trap frozen from being in the snow and suffering for a long time.
    By phone: 406-444-3111 - Toll Free: 855-318-1330
    By e-mail: citizensadvocate@mt.gov

  • 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 Public Lands (TFMPL)
PO Box 1347
Hamilton, Montana 59840

Phone: 406-218-1170

Email:info@TFMPL.org

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Trap Free Montana Public Lands

www.TFMPL.org

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