Big Game Project Coordinator
Seal is originally from a ranching family in Nevada but has made Montana her home since 2019. In 2011, she received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Montana Western in Dillon, with an emphasis in sustainable natural resource management. After graduation, she returned to Nevada and served as the Executive Director of Nevada Cattlemen’s Association while working with other natural resource industries to find common ground and improve greater sage grouse habitat. Seal left Nevada Cattlemen’s Association in 2014 to pursue her law degree. She graduated from the University of Idaho, College of Law in 2018 and has practiced law in Billings, Mont. since 2019. She’s currently based in Hinsdale, Montana. The Big Game Habitat Improvement Project is a collaborative initiative to implement conservation and restoration efforts for the connectivity of grasslands and rangelands from the Canadian border to the Musselshell Plains. Pheasants Forever received $6.4 million as a Regional Conservation Partnership Program grant and 16 partners have matched the grant to deliver $12.8 million in support of conservation efforts for north-central Montana, leaving lasting impacts for upland wildlife habitat and the surrounding communities.