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Hiking along the Swan Range ridge above Grizzly Basin (photo by Dee Linnell Blank

Hiking along the Swan Range ridge above Grizzly Basin (photo by Dee Linnell Blank

Speaking at a gathering of about 200 in Seeley Lake, Sen. Tester applauded the trend-setting, collaborative work that made this legislation possible.

MWA staff on a backpacking trip in the Crazy Mountains (photo by Zack Porter)

MWA staff on a backpacking trip in the Crazy Mountains (photo by Zack Porter)

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.

Florence and Ken Baldwin at Gates of the Mountains, near the wilderness area they helped designate

Florence and Ken Baldwin at Gates of the Mountains, near the wilderness area they helped designate

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.

Hiking in the Snowcrest (photo by Zack Porter)

Hiking in the Snowcrest (photo by Zack Porter)

Building on MWA’s 55 years leading Wilderness Walks, hikewildmontana.org
connects people with the wild places we’re working to protect.

Debo Powers in the Whitefish Range recommended wilderness area

Debo Powers in the Whitefish Range recommended wilderness area

Last year, Montana Wilderness Association elected Debo Powers of Polebridge and Steve Holland of Bozeman to its State Council, the governing body of our organization that's composed of volunteers from around the state and represenatives of local chapters. 

Photo by Leanne Falcon (courtesy of Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance)

Photo by Leanne Falcon (courtesy of Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance)

People on the Blackfeet Reservation and across Montana are raising their voices. Decision-makers in Washington, D.C. must hear the message: there will never be drilling in the Badger-Two Medicine.