Jecyn Bremer (1)



“GVLT has made an indelible mark in the Gallatin Valley and neighboring Madison and Park counties through its conservation of tens of thousands of acres of agricultural lands, wildlife habitat, and other sensitive lands, and locally through ever-increasing trail systems and connectivity. I am grateful for GVLT’s invaluable work and the incredible team that continues to undertake it. I am honored and excited to serve on the Board and to contribute to GVLT’s mission, vision, and ambitious strategic plan.”

Jecyn is a partner in the law firm Gallik & Bremer, P.C. She has been practicing law since 2007, first as a Deputy County Attorney in Gallatin County, then at the Montana Department of Environmental Quality. She has been in private practice since 2013. Jecyn has experience across a range of land use matters, including subdivision and zoning, commercial and residential real estate transactions, and environmental law. Conservation and preservation have inspired many of Jecyn’s educational and career choices. Prior to practicing law, she worked in nonprofit historic preservation advocacy and education, ran a façade easements nonprofit, and was a private sector historic preservation and environmental consultant. She earned her J.D. from the University of Montana School of Law, with a Certificate in Environmental Law; and she holds master’s degrees in both Environmental Studies and Historic Preservation. When not in the office, she enjoys Montana’s trails, cloud gazing, and live music of many genres.