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.
Devon Energy relinquishes its 15 leases in the sacred Badger-Two Medicine. Two leases now remain.
Today marks an historic milestone in the 35-year-old struggle to free the Badger-Two Medicine from the threat of oil and gas development.
Shape the Future of the Flathead
Speak up for the Swan Range, Whitefish Range, Missions, and other special places in the Flathead Forest
The US Forest Service recently released its draft management plan alternatives for the Flathead National Forest. These alternatives are essentially options for how the Forest Service will manage the Flathead Forest for the next 20 years.
A Plan to Praise
Bitterroot National Forest offers travel plan that prioritizes and protects what we hold dear
The plan safeguards habitat, clean water, and solitude in stunning landscapes around the Bitterroot, including the Sapphire and Blue Joint Wilderness Study Areas, places that Stevensville-native Sen. Lee Metcalf protected with the passage of the 1977 Montana Wilderness Study Act.
Gov. Bullock Unveils Public Lands Agenda
Today marks a milestone for Montana and our outdoor way of life
Montana Governor Steve Bullock today unveiled a pro-public lands agenda that not only doubles down on rejecting the transfer of federal lands to the state, but also creates opportunities to expand conservation and recreation on our public lands.