Sec. Zinke Formally Recommends Keeping Missouri River Breaks National Monument as Is
Thanks to Montanans holding their ground, the Breaks remains protected
There are still 25 other national monuments across the country under review, and if the federal government shrinks or eliminates any one of them, it could set a precedent that puts all 157 national monuments in jeopardy, including the three we have in Montana – the Breaks, Pompeys Pillar, and Little Bighorn Battlefield.
Montanans call on Sec. Zinke to keep the Upper Missouri River Breaks just the way it is
Thousands of years ago people traveled to the Missouri River Breaks to camp and hunt along the river, to share stories with family and friends, and to establish traditions and find inspiration in an unparalleled landscape.
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.
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.
Big Boost for the BCSP
Support for Wilderness proposal broadens as national and local mountain biking groups come on board
This agreement serves as the latest example of the success folks have when they recognize there is room enough for everyone on our public lands and focus on what they can agree on rather than what they can’t.
Despite troubling signs of things to come over the next four years, we remain hopeful and resolute
We have every reason to expect a fight over our public lands, and MWA is ready for this fight.