Silent Auction Is OPEN!

BID NOW to support Wildlands Festival beneficiary partners: GVLT, Wild Montana and Greater Yellowstone Coalition.


This summer, Wildlands Festival will host the fourth annual conservation event supporting wild and scenic places in Southwest Montana and beyond. Outlaw Partners, in conjunction with Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, and Wild Montana are celebrating the importance of these wild and scenic places that each organization directly supports.

Wildlands Festival charities benefit from 6+ different fundraising activities and awareness of their important mission for conservation through ticket and sponsor sales, volunteer donations, merchandise sales, silent auction items, and the Wildlands Festival charity dinner. Last year’s total amount raised reached $513,473. If you are interested in supporting the beneficiaries please take a look at our ticket options.

To read more about how these charities plan to utilize donations from the event to support their conservation efforts, please check out the organization’s descriptions and links below. We look forward to announcing the grand total of funds raised on Sunday, August 3 at the Big Sky Events Arena.


We can’t do it alone. We’re proud to partner with like-minded conservation non-profits to protect public lands in our region and across the country.


Gallatin Valley Land Trust connects people to the landscapes that surround us through the conservation of open spaces and the creation of trail systems. Through our work we provide spaces for children to get outside, protect habitat for our area’s most iconic wildlife species, keep working farms working, and offer world-class outdoor recreation from our Main Street to the Mountains trail system, and so much more. In short, we preserve the very things that make southwest Montana such a great place to live.


The Greater Yellowstone Coalition works with all people to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, now and for future generations. Greater Yellowstone is home to an astounding array of native wildlife and its wild rivers are the headwaters of the West. It is of deep importance to more than four dozen tribes with historic and cultural ties to the ecosystem. Those who live here – and those who visit – know there is no place like it in the world. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is an extraordinary natural and cultural landscape. At the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, it’s our job is to keep it that way.


Wild Montana is a grassroots conservation organization that unites and mobilizes communities around a shared love of wild places in Montana. Together, we make a positive impact on decisions determining the management of public lands and waters across the state that sustain the well-being of Montana’s people, communities, and wildlife.


Want to get involved? Check out the below resources from our partners, Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Greater Yellowstone Coalition and Wild Montana, and help us give our wildlands a fighting chance.
  • Lands – Learn how GVLT partners with landowners to safeguard our open landscapes and natural resources using conservation easements.
  • Trails – Discover the Main Street to the Mountains trail system that provides nearly 100 miles of trails for Gallatin Valley commuters, hikers, bikers, runners, birdwatchers, and stargazers.
  • Donate – Contribute to GVLT today to help create new community trails and conserve working farms and ranches, healthy rivers, wildlife habitat and the scenic beauty of the Gallatin Valley.
  • Volunteer – Learn how you can get involved with GVLT.
  • News – Stay in the loop by reading GVLT’s latest featured news stories or sign up to receive their monthly e-newsletter.
  • Sign Up – Sign up for news, action alerts and more from Greater Yellowstone Coalition.
  • Donate – Donate to Greater Yellowstone Coalition and you can help keep the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem remarkable.
  • Lands – The landscape of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is characterized by high peaks, sweeping valleys and thick forests. Learn how the Greater Yellowstone Coalition works to keep public and private lands wild, intact, and connected.
  • Waters – The clear lakes and free-flowing rivers of Greater Yellowstone are the lifeblood of the ecosystem that support wildlife, communities, and recreation. Discover how the Greater Yellowstone Coalition is working to keep it that way.
  • Wildlife – The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is home to a community of wildlife like no other. Grizzly bears, wolves, and bison are among the iconic animals that call this landscape home. The Greater Yellowstone Coalition works to ensure our wild neighbors have the habitat, freedom, and allies they need to thrive.
  • Read More – Learn how Wild Montana brings people and communities together around policies, proposals, and legislation that protect wild public lands and waters.
  • Donate – Make a donation today and have your voice elevated and amplified by the power of the united Wild Montana community.
  • Take Action – Speak up today to protect our wild public lands and waters by joining the Wild Montana Action Team.
  • Volunteer – Get connected to learn more about the latest Wild Montana volunteer opportunities.
  • News & Updates – Read the latest news and updates surrounding Wild Montana’s conservation efforts.