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[Image Description: Eleven MCC Members standing together smiling, with a barn and the Teton Mountain Range in the background.]

Amskapi Piikuni Partnership

Open Opportunites

**Must be at least 18-years old and an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe or descendent of the Blackfeet Nation to be eligible


For more information:

Contact: Joe Jessepe



Piikuni Lands Crew

Joining the Piikuni Lands Crew gives you the opportunity to work alongside others from the Blackfeet Nation who share your interest in making a lifelong impact on the community and nearby ancestral lands. 

Through this experience you will have the opportunity to gain valuable job skills including trail maintenance, wildlife surveying, fencing, invasive species mitigation, and much more. In addition to technical skills, you will gain cultural education and experience in team-work, communication, and leadership. Project partners include The Blackfeet Tribe,  Blackfeet Manpower, Tribal Historic Preservation Department, Glacier National Park, the USDA Forest Service, Montana Wil, Nature Conservancy, and Iinnii Initiative.

Members will receive a week of orientation and technical skills training, followed by 11 weeks of field-based project work, taking place on tribal and public lands. Most projects will be “day projects”, meaning the members will go home at night, there will likely be a couple of weeks where the crew will camp out overnight.

Highlights: Spend time in the Badger-Two Med, visit Yellowstone National Park, and survey loons near Glacier

[Image Description: Five MCC members stand for a photo, smiling about the forest that surrounds them. All are wearing hard hats and some have trail tools beside them.]