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Published on Aug 30, 2012
This video by Dave Reese explores UM's Crown of the Continent Initiative for the Montanan magazine. With the Continental Divide as its backbone, the Crown of the Continent ecosystem stretches from Rogers Pass in Montana on the southern end to 11,263-foot Mount Joffre in British Columbia on the northern end. It reaches east to the Rocky Mountain Front of Canada and the United States and west to the Mission, Flathead, and Tobacco valleys. Glacier and Waterton national parks, as well as the 1.5 million-acre Bob Marshall Wilderness Area, are among the Crown's jewels.