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Upper Layout Creek in the Pryor Mountains (photo by Zack Porter)

There’s still snow covering Montana’s high country, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of places to get out on the trail.

Volunteers on a trail stewardship project in the Centennials (photo by Sam McMain)

In response to the high demand for trail stewardship work across Montana, we’ve expanded our trails program.

On a staff backpacking trip in the Great Burn, Brian in front (photo by Zack Porter)

When Brian first arrived at MWA in 2010, the organization had 12 employees working in five offices around the state. Six years later, MWA has grown to 25 staff members in eight field offices.

Heart Lake in the Great Burn Proposed Wilderness (Zack Porter)

On May 4 and 5, join me and thousands of people who will give local during 24 hours of giving.

MWA staff and council members on a hike just outside the Scapegoat

At the beginning of this year, we welcomed a new president and president-elect on our State Council, the governing body of our organization that’s composed of volunteers from around the state and represenatives of local chapters.

View from Ross Creek Cedars trail (photo by Sandii Mellen)

This time of the year offers unique opportunities to explore our public lands.