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Backcountry Squatters Nonprofit will be hosting their third annual community run event on Sunday, November 14, 2021 at 2 PM. This event will take place in Bozeman, Montana and also have a VIRTUAL option so you can run from ANYWHERE!
Swag bags will include a long sleeve t-shirt and other goodies!
If you are running in Bozeman, MT: Stay tuned for packet pickup information.
If you are running virtually, your swag bag will be shipped to you AFTER the event.(Register by October 20th to guarantee your requested t-shirt size!)
We aim to create awareness of this organization within our nation-wide community and further our mission of creating and cultivating a community network dedicated to supporting college-aged women in the outdoors.
Who We Are
In 2015, Backcountry Squatters began as a club at Montana State University in Bozeman, MT. Dedicated to supporting women in the outdoors, the success of the club was immediate and requests began coming in from college campuses nationwide wanting to start their own Backcountry Squatters club. In order to serve more communities, some of the original members of Backcountry Squatters created the non-profit organization (501c-3) in order to facilitate and continue growing a network of college communities. Since the nonprofit’s founding in November of 2018, Backcountry Squatters has spread to seven other college campuses across the United States.
Why does it matter?
Backcountry Squatters chapters are an inclusive environment where members can explore their own strengths and the power that comes from adventuring with other women. These communities allow women to freely push the boundaries of what they perceive as possible for themselves. They are rewriting the discourse so that women don’t feel bound by their size, background, or ability.
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