Montana Green Resort


At Paws Up, we engage in many of the familiar practices of conscientious, green resorts in Montana: earth-friendly cleaning products, energy efficient lights, organic bath products and the option for guests to re-use linens. But we don't stop there. We have made some significant environmental commitments including catch-and-release fishing and sustainable farming practices. We believe, with responsible stewardship of the land, we can keep the "Best" in The Last Best PlaceTM.

Listed below are some of our green initiatives:

  • "Farm and Ranch to Table" dining at Pomp and Trough
  • Members of Blackfoot Challenge — A local organization dedicated to land conservation and stewardship of the Blackfoot River corridor
  • Development of 30 safari-style tented guest accommodations that provide a minimal carbon footprint. Implementation of leave-no-trace construction at camps
  • Energy Efficiency - Lighting and energy star appliances
  • Water conservation - voluntary re-use of linens
  • All guests receive a refillable/reusable Paws Up water bottle to reduce consumption of plastics
  • Catch-and-release only fishing
  • Sustainable products in Paws Up General Store
  • Organic in-room bath products
  • Employee transportation program including a shuttle bus service and carpool reimbursement
  • The providing of on-property and nearby staff housing to reduce commuting times
  • Xeriscape landscaping throughout the Resort (landscaping that reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental water from irrigation)
  • Re-use of existing ranch buildings into Resort facilities (Bunk House, Bull Barn, Cook Shack, Grain Shed, Reception Barn)
  • Eco-friendly 7th Generation cleaning products for all homes
  • Development of the Bad Beetle brand. A company that converts deadfall trees killed by the North American Mountain Pine Beetle into wooden sustainable Apple accessories
  • Development of the Greeno brand. A company that converts deadfall trees killed by the North American Mountain Pine Beetle into sustainable flooring
  • Paws Up’s Bull Barn conference center and a Meadow Home have extensively used deadfall trees killed by the North American Mountain Pine Beetle for both flooring and paneling
  • Development of the Paws Up gravel pit to provide material for ranch roads
  • Official Tesla charging station

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