Thanks to Andy Stahl posted something that I did not want to get overlooked because it was a comment in this previous post. It’s the existence of a not-for-profit in Montana, the Public Land Water Access Association with the mission:
“to maintain, restore, and perpetuate public access to the boundaries of all Montana public land and waters.” This presumably includes county, state and federal.
Check out the kind of work they’re doing.. it’s pretty impressive. Does anyone know of similar groups in other states? Seems like they have a good format and approach already figured out that could be copied.