Trump signed an executive order today that imperils national monuments and could cripple our public lands heritage
Today, 77% Montanans support our designated national monuments. Nevertheless, President Trump ordered Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to review national monuments larger than 100,000 acres that were designated after 1996.
Montana’s Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument is subject to this review.
Death by a Thousand Cuts
President Trump's proposed budget would have a devastating impact on our public lands and outdoor way of life
Outdoor recreationists of all stripes have reason to be outraged by President Trump's proposed budget.
Preserving What We Hold Dear in the Custer Gallatin
The time is ripe to protect wildlands across a huge swath of southern Montana
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On the summit of Mount Blackmore, I stand in awe of my surroundings. The landscape in my backyard never ceases to amaze me.
Are Legislators Listening to Montanans?
Half-way through the legislative session, it appears they mostly are not
The week before transmittal saw a flurry of activity as legislators hurried to pass any remaining bills ahead of the deadline.
A Love Letter to Wild Places
A college student testifies against resolution stripping protection from some of Montana’s most beloved places, but is cut off
I could write a love letter to Montana’s public lands that would last 21 years.
The Future of Wildlands in Helena-Lewis & Clark Forest is in Your Hands
The Forest Service is now taking comments on how public lands around Helena and Great Falls will be managed for decades to come
The Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest (HLCNF) belongs to every American, and every one of us has an opportunity to shape its future.