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Managing Attorney Tim Preso On Protecting One Of America's Last Wild Places

Over the last decade, Earthjustice attorney Tim Preso has spearheaded Earthjustice's work to protect the wild, relatively untouched area known as the Crown of the Continent. This ecosystem is a 10 million acre expanse of land that stretches from Northern Montana into Canada.

The Crown of the Continent ecosystem is one of the largest—and last—remaining wild places in North America. Earthjustice has been working for years to protect this precious resource for both tomorrow’s explorers and the enjoyment of all.

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