Part 2 in our series of interviews with the new generation of wilderness advocates
Featured, Voices of NexGen
Meet Jocelyn Catterson, who studied Resource Conservation at UM and worked in environmental education throughout college
A group on an MWA Wilderness Walk bond over bird sightings and other wildlife encounters
Exploring Montana, Featured
Looking out towards wisps of green, yellow, and gold willow, we made our first sighting of the day – a heron perched on the root wad of a downed bog birch.
MWA Recognized in OUTSIDE’s Best Places to Work 2015
MWA named number 41 on list of 100 best places to work in America
There’s a pleasant irony in the announcement: a small, Montana non-profit dedicated to protecting the “last best place” has been named one of America’s 100 best places to work.
Read the fall 2015 issue of Wild Montana.
MWA Honors Nine Who Helped Keep Montana Wild
Arlo Skari receives the prestigious Founders Award for helping save the Sweetgrass Hills
Around MWA, Featured
Each year MWA honors several people for the work they’ve done championing wilderness, promoting quiet trails, and advocating for responsible management of public lands.