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Sunrise over the Madison River and Madison Range (photo by Scott Wheeler)

In 2018, MWA is turning 60. We’ve seen a lot in our six decades leading the fight for Montana’s wild places, but we’re still feeling pretty spunky - maybe it has something to do with all the cake we just ate. 

The Storm Lake crew atop Goat Flats in the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness

Fifty-eight MWA volunteers compiled 2,217 hours of service on Montana’s public lands this season, improving 26 miles of trails that Montanans love to hike, bike, and ride.

Eye of the Needle in Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument (photo by Eric Heidle)

Read the summer 2017 issues of Wild Montana, looking at the work we've done this year to protect the Upper Missouri River Breaks. 

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.

The Badger-Two Medicine (photo by Tony Bynum-tonybynum.com)

The winter 2017 issue of Wild Montana features a history of the 30-battle to save the Badger-Two Medicine from oil and gas development.

Mary Hollow at the podium introducing Gov. Steve Bullock (photo by Laura Lundquist)

“These lands are our heritage. These lands are our birthright. These lands are one of our great equalizers,” Gov. Bullock said.