AGRP is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) established in 1990 with the goal of conserving and enhancing Arctic grayling in the state of Montana. AGRP receives funds from a variety of sources including donations or grants from organizations such as Trout Unlimited and the American Fisheries Society, NorthWestern Energy, private donations and fund raising efforts. AGRP will fund restoration efforts for protecting and enhancing native Arctic grayling populations in the Big Hole, Centennial Valley, Madison, Ruby, and other upper Missouri River drainages while expanding the range of Arctic grayling within their historic distribution. Restoration efforts funded in the past have also included developing a brood program, enhancing critical habitats, research of life history dynamics, population and habitat monitoring and reintroductions of Arctic grayling into historical waters. Funds received and distributed by the Arctic Grayling Recovery Program will be allocated and spent to further these efforts.