Anti-Wilderness Bill Again Rears Its Ugly Head
SHARE Act would allow roads in the Bob Marshall, Scapegoat, Absaroka-Beartooth, and other wilderness areas
This week, the House Natural Resources Committee will hold a hearing on a bill that would allow any government entity to build roads and allow motorized vehicles on American public lands currently protected as Wilderness areas.
Breaking the Agency’s Back
Lands transfer appears to be endgame of president's jaw-dropping proposed 84% cut to Forest Service trail budget
Make no mistake, this budget places the 100-plus-year legacy of the Forest Service on the chopping block while the agency’s own hands are tied behind its back.
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.
A Radical’s Wish List
Anti-public land legislator introduces resolution attacking some of Montana’s most beloved wildlands
White’s wish-list resolution doesn’t stop at Montana’s borders. It also calls for the release of wilderness study areas in other states.
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.
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.