Thank You, Public Lands Employees
After acquittal of Malheur militants, let’s acknowledge and celebrate public servants dedicated to our public lands
Featured, In the Media
Yesterday’s acquittal of seven involved in the armed occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge came as a shock and saddening disappointment to all Montanans who care about our public lands.
Big Wild in the Little Belts
The wild Tenderfoot/Deep Creek roadless area is one more reason to love the Smith River watershed
Exploring Montana, Featured
Looking out on a clear day from the old Monument Peak fire lookout in the Little Belt Mountains, you can see Montana from top to bottom – from Chief Mountain along the Alberta border to the Beartooth Mountains along the Wyoming border.
Teaching the Wild
Facing terminal cancer, retired UM professor Bob Ream reflects on a life inspiring students to speak up for wild places
In June, Garry Oye left his home in Mammoth Lakes, California and arrived two days later at Bob Ream’s front door in Helena’s historic west-side neighborhood.
A Powerful New Tool to Protect the Badger-Two Medicine
New documentary touring Montana chronicles fight to save sacred area from drilling
“Our Last Refuge,” a 24-minute documentary film, tells the story of the Badger-Two Medicine and the decades-long struggle to protect it from oil and gas exploration.
The new film features voices from all sides of the struggle – Blackfeet elders, local conservationists, and even the law firm pushing for oil exploration.