Yellowstone River Parks Association by-laws were first signed in September 1991. YRPA causes, agitates, activates, supports, builds and foments for public-access-trails around Greater Billings, Montana and along the Yellowstone River. In the first 500 years we visualize a river trail running between the headwaters of the Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park and following its course in Montana to its confluence with the Missouri River at Fort Union North Dakota. In the next 500 years we want to go back and do the other side. In the third 500 years, we want to build river trails in the complete Yellowstone River Drainage. After that, we will look at the rest of the country. After that we will look at North America. 2500 years is a Vision Quest. We run equipment, we get dirt under our fingernails, we get wet, we have fun.
We accomplish a great deal. There are 20 years of accomplishments here, There are 500 miles of accomplishments ahead of us.
And come see what YRPA is about. Roundtable Meeting every Wednesday at 5:15PM. First Floor Conference Room, Transwestern One Building, 404 North 31st Street, Billings Montana 59101.
Come Join Us
Earl Guss – Founder with 11 others.