HomepageAmerican Prairie Reserve is creating the largest nature reserve in the continental United States. *** BURN BAN ALERT: We have instituted a burn ban on all American Prairie Reserve lands. That means no open flames or campfires are permitted until further notice. *** Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextIndomitable American SpiritAmerican Prairie Reserve honored Ken Burns and David McCullough in New York City at the Ken Burns American Heritage Prize Presentation Event.Read More About the Event Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextNew PresidentAmerican Prairie Reserve is pleased to announce the promotion of Alison Fox to the role of President. Sean Gerrity, who served as President for 16 years, will remain in a leadership role as CEO.Press Release Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextBuild Your ParkAmerican Prairie Reserve grows over time by purchasing critical habitat that connects a vast network of existing public lands. Read about our model Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextHut-to-Hut SystemOur Hut-to-Hut System will be an invitation to explore this iconic landscape.See our plans Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextNEW! Buy A T-ShirtThanks to a collaboration with Parks Project, you can show your support for the Reserve by purchasing a special edition t-shirt. Show your support Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextPlan Your TripWhether you’re a weekend warrior, road tripper, or looking for an American safari, the Reserve is free and open to all walks of life. Reserve your campsite!Visit the Reserve Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextExplore Wildlife & HabitatFrom birds to bison, find out what’s happening with science and restoration by our biologists, partners, and visiting researchers. See how We Restore Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextLearn About Local ContributionsWorking with schools, local businesses, and tribal and ranching neighbors is an important part of creating American Prairie Reserve. See the Impact Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextGrazing LeasesAmerican Prairie Reserve has tens of thousands of acres of grassland habitat available for summer cattle grazing leases in south Phillips County and Fergus County in eastern Montana. Learn More Signpost Image and TextSignpost TextHow You Can HelpAs a work in progress, we need supporters like you to get involved, spread the word, and help us grow by becoming a member.Support the Reserve Text The Land of Legacy campaign kicks off the most ambitious era in our 15-year journey to create American Prairie Reserve. Learn more about the campaign's strategic initiatives. Become a Member Today!