Why I’m Thankful for Public Lands This Holiday Season
This #GivingTuesday, I hope you'll join me in giving back to the public lands that give us so much
The freshly-cut Douglas fir cleared a wide path as my dad pulled it down the powdered trail. Late afternoon sunlight poked through the snow-laden branches as my mom, my wife, and I trailed behind him, laughing as we slipped and slid in the fresh tracks.
This Holiday Season, What’s Your Why?
Our wild places mean everything to me. That's why I give on Giving Tuesday.
If you’re like me, just hearing the words “Black Friday” makes you shudder. That's why I'm so happy to celebrate our public lands and wild places on Giving Tuesday on instead.
Public Lands Saved My Life
To a returning veteran, public land access isn't a political game. It's an essential part of the healing process.
For many returning veterans, public lands aren’t a luxury and access isn’t political. They're an essential part of the healing process.
The Best Way to Keep Public Lands in Public Hands
Voting might not be sexy, but it works.
Montanans to Officials: Listen to us on Public Lands
Over 60 Montanans rally in Helena to reclaim public say over public lands
More than 60 Montanans rallied Helena to send a message to Congressman Steve Daines, Representative Greg Gianforte, and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke: stop depriving the public of a say in the management of our public lands.
To celebrate our 60th anniversary, we're digging through the vault to tell the six-decade story of MWA, from our founding to today. This is part three, in which Montana loses a champion but adds more wilderness areas.