Pika pledge! Formally known as the "little chief hare," the American pika, a smaller relative of rabbits, can be found in boulder fields and above tree line, shreddin' pillow zones and big mountain gnar.
Enjoy a SHOUT-OUT on the Bridger Brigade Facebook page and LONU.org!
Wolverine Pledge! Silent but deadly, the "Skunk Bear" scavenges the high alpine for fresh tracks, preying on mammals more than twice its size.
In addition to online shot outs, enjoy a LAND OF NO USE T-SHIRT!
Big Horn Sheep Pledge. Known for their peak-bagging skills, to impress ewes, the rams will hurl themselves at each other with a speed of 20 mph, much like thick-headed ski bros showing off for ski bunnies.
In addition to online thank you's and a T-Shirt, leave us your phone number for a PRIVATE CONVERSATION WITH THE DIRECTOR of Land of No Use.
Grey Wolf Pledge. Wolf packs are highly territorial, "Locals Only, bro," so don't poach their stash. Join our wolf pack and enjoy a T-Shirt, a phone conversation with the director, and recognition of your help in the ENDING CREDITS of the final video.
Cougar Pledge. Agile and solitary, this cat has no friends on a powder day but is a swift, silent, and deep predator.
Enjoy a director phone conversation, ending credit praise, and a fresh PAIR OF SKIS, handcrafted by the LONU crew.
Mountain Goat Pledge. A calculating mountaineer and an iconic forager of high altitude terrain, mountain goats sport a thick, wool coat that help them withstand temperatures down to -50 F and winds as high as 100 mph.
Enjoy a T-Shirt, director phone conversation, and PRODUCER CREDIT in the opening of the final video.