What’s in your heart?

Why do you want to save the wild Scotchmans? Long-time supporters, Ron & Laura Forsberg, put it this way:

“We believe in having areas where nature is still allowed to run its course. Wilderness areas help clean our air and water and provide necessary habitat for a myriad of plant and animal species. They provide abundant quiet recreation opportunities for people to experience as well as economic benefits to their surrounding communities. 

We ask you to join us and support FSPW in its efforts to protect this special place.

Donate $25 today in the name of clean air and water, or critical habitat, or quiet recreation, or the economy. Whatever that feeling is in your heart that makes you want to see the Scotchman Peaks saved.

The feeling in my heart is a 2-year old little blond girl that calls me “Mommy.”

Here’s to our hearts,


P.S. As an added bonus, an anonymous donor has offered to match donations up to $4,000 from now until Dec. 31! Double your money by donating before the year’s out.

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About The Author:

Britta Mireley lives in Sagle with her husband and daughter. She's using her background in marketing and tourism to save the wild Scotchmans so her daughter and someday, her daughter's children, can discover nature in its purest form. Britta also serves on the Bonner Community Housing Agency board and enjoys nerding out over historic downtowns.

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