For the Future of our Custer Gallatin National Forest Wildlands
Act today to protect the Gallatins, Madisons, Crazies, and other beloved places in southern Montana
Your comments will play a vital role in mandating (or not mandating) the Forest Service to protect the Gallatin Range, the Crazy Mountains, the Pryor Mountains, and other revered wildlands in the Forest for the next 20 to 30 years.
“An All-Encompassing Emotional Experience”
MWA presents “Hallowed Waters,” a short film that captures the beauty of the storied Blackfoot and how we can protect it
As “Hallowed Waters” beautifully demonstrates, the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act (BCSA) will permanently protect the key tributaries of the iconic Blackfoot River and thereby help ensure that the entire Blackfoot watershed remains a stable and healthy fishery for native westslope cutthroat and bull trout.
Big Win in the Whitefish Range
Forest Service embraces the Whitefish Range Partnership proposal in its final Flathead Forest plan
Last week, the Forest Service released its final management plan for the Flathead National Forest, officially recommending nearly 80,000 acres of Wilderness in the Whitefish Range.
Bullock Calls on Daines and Gianforte to Change Course on Wilderness Study Area Bills
Montana's governor is “particularly troubled by the lack of public engagement”
We can’t thank Gov. Bullock enough for listening to Montanans and standing up for collaboration, inclusiveness, and transparency in deciding how our wildest public lands will be managed for the long haul.
A Great Start
The Latest Custer Gallatin proposal is strong but leaves unprotected a few crucial wild places. We need your help to improve it.
MWA's history runs deep in the Custer Gallatin National Forest. In fact, our organization was founded by Montanans inspired to protect the wild Madison and Gallatin Ranges, both of which are located in the Forest.
Flathead National Forest Releases its Draft Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement
Now is our last chance to weigh in on the forest plan revision
We’re pleased to report that the Forest Service is recommending the Whitefish Range, the Swan Front, and Jewel Basin for Wilderness and will manage these places to maintain their wild character and not allow motorized or mechanized transport within them.