Our Stewardship Program Enters a New Era
We’re expanding beyond the CDT and into an exciting future that connects people with the places we’re working to protect
In response to the high demand for trail stewardship work across Montana, we've expanded our trails program.
Thank You, Brian
We say goodbye to Executive Director Brian Sybert, who leaves MWA the strongest it’s been in our 59-year history
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.
Our State Council welcomes a new president, new president-elect, and two new at-large members
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.
A Big Day for the Blackfoot
Sen. Tester announces he’ll introduce the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act
Speaking at a gathering of about 200 in Seeley Lake, Sen. Tester applauded the trend-setting, collaborative work that made this legislation possible.
MWA Again Makes OUTSIDE’s List of 100 Best Places to Work
Getting into Montana's wild backcountry is part of the job
At MWA, we like to get outside. This year, we crossed the Crazy Mountains together on a three-day trek that forged stronger bonds (and bigger blisters) than any icebreaker could ever offer.
MWA Founders to be Inducted into Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame
Ken and Florence Baldwin dedicated their lives to Montana’s wild places and wildlife
In 1958, husband and wife Ken and Florence Baldwin wrote a letter to 100 friends across Montana inviting them to Bozeman to discuss the support they could give to a Congressional bill creating a national system of wilderness areas.