A Field Trip Through the Ruby Valley
Imagining a better future in one of Montana's wildest corners
An expedition into the rocky peaks, emerald valleys, and wide prairies of the Ruby Valley offers a glimpse into the future of this special place.
Senior Field Director Emily Cleveland headed into the heart of the Ruby to learn more about the surrounding wild places and the group working to secure their future.
Just How Wild are our Wild Places?
That’s what our volunteers in southwestern Montana are aiming to find out
MWA volunteers and the BLM's Dillon Field Office are teaming up to monitor wilderness character and protect key wildlands in southwestern Montana, and we need your help.
Love, Trail Work, and the North Fork
A Volunteer Trail Crew trip to the Blackfoot River reveals some surprising personal connections
What motivated our crew members to give some sweat to the Hobnail Tom Trail? Turns out they all had their reasons.
The Pryor Mountains are an ecological hotspot that deserves protection
The Pryor Mountains are home to a diversity of plant and animal life that's unrivaled in Montana. The Custer Gallatin National Forest Plan should take that into account.
The Medicine of Awaxaawippiia
Ancient power and a better future in the Crazy Mountains
In 1860, Apsaalooke (Crow) Chief Plenty Coups spent four days deep in the Crazies. While he was there, he had a vision that would shape the future of his homeland.
Five Tips for Hiking in Grizzly County
These tips will help you avoid conflict when you're in the bears' backyard
Montana is bear country, but being prepared and respectful can go a long way towards keeping you and bears safe when you're on the trail.