Why We Must Rally for Public Lands
Radicals at the state and federal levels are taking a coordinated approach to seizing our public lands
A new pro-transfer strategy involves introducing county pilot projects and passing state legislative resolutions that create the appearance of support for lands transfer.
Give Ten Lakes a Break
Around 90 percent of the Kootenai is open to motorized and mechanized use. Ten Lakes need not be as well.
The Ten Lakes Wildernes Study Area is woven into a larger network of wild country, providing connectivity to the Whitefish Range and Glacier National Park.
A Beautiful Day for the Badger
Department of Interior cancels last remaining ‘80s-era oil and gas leases in the Badger-Two Medicine
Today the U.S. Department of the Interior cancelled the last two remaining leases in the Badger-Two Medicine, marking a major victory in an epic battle against oil and gas development on the Rocky Mountain Front that began 35 years ago.
History Made over the Long Haul
Cancellation of last remaining leases in Badger-Two Medicine marks a pinnacle in an epic battle that began 35 years ago
Like most great conservation victories, this one’s been a long time coming, and the story of the fight to protect the Badger is filled with individuals who have put in the work of a lifetime.
The Future Is Yours to Shape on the Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest
Help us protect wildlands from Nevada Mountain to the Big Snowies
Through the forest plan process, the Forest Service will be making crucial decisions about secure habitat, clean headwaters, and quiet recreation on one of Montana’s wildest and most diverse national forests.
Public Lands Already under Attack in Congress and State Legislature
Zinke votes for rule change making it easier for federal government to dispose of public lands
Yesterday was the opening day of Congress, and the House of Representatives wasted no time laying the groundwork for not just selling off our public lands, but giving them away for free.