About Us

The Sanchez children enjoy their wild backyard on a Goat Mountain hike. Photo by Rebecca Sanchez.

Who We Are

FSPW’s staff is committed to uniting thousands of Montanans and Idahoans to save the wild Scotchmans. We work alongside dedicated and passionate board members, volunteers, and supporters to ensure all of our children and grandchildren can discover the wonder of nature, right here in our wild backyard.
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What We Do

The Scotchman Peaks have been passed down to children and grandchildren for as long as people have lived in the Inland Northwest. They are the traditional territory of the Ktunaxa Nation, Kootenai Tribe of Idaho, and the Kalispel Tribe. The Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness is committed to saving this land for children and grandchildren yet to come. The mission is simple: using every available tool to save the wild Scotchmans.
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For general inquiries, email info@scotchmanpeaks.org or call 208-265-4236. Visit Our Staff page for a full directory.
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