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Fall color in the Sapphire WSA (photo by Clint Sally)

At least 250 people flooded the county commission meeting. Roughly three-quarters of those who attended opposed Sen. Daines' WSA bill. 52 testified against the bill, 20 in favor. Moreover, 78 people sent the commission emails opposing the bill and another 45 signed a letter in opposition. 

Shannon Lake in the Kootenai National Forest (photo by Chris Balboni)

Calling all college students! MWA’s Flathead-Kootenai Chapter is looking for our very own Edward Abbey, Aldo Leopold, or John Muir to write about what our state’s public lands mean to them, and what they’re doing to protect and preserve Montana’s wild heritage.

Sunrise over the Madison River and Madison Range (photo by Scott Wheeler)

In 2018, MWA is turning 60. We’ve seen a lot in our six decades leading the fight for Montana’s wild places, but we’re still feeling pretty spunky - maybe it has something to do with all the cake we just ate. 

An early winter day in northwest Montana (photo by Steven Gnam)

When winter doesn't cooperate, don't panic. It just means it's time for new adventures. These five wintertime activities will keep your spirits high until the powder starts to pile up again. 

Exploring the snowy Canyon of the Ancients in the Big Belts west of Helena (photo by Kevin League)

There are two ways you can spend a Montana winter. The first is to sit inside next to the woodstove, drinking hot toddies and watching movies until your eyes bleed.