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.
MWA Intervenes on Behalf of Badger-Two Medicine
Conservation and tribal groups stand together to defend lease cancellation in this sacred area
The fight to save the Badger from development is not over.
Those Special Places that Make Public Lands Priceless
We want to know about those places, and so does Gov. Bullock
The radical fringe that tried to advance the lands transfer scheme didn’t count on how much we value our special places on public lands.
Welcome to Wild Word
MWA continues – and modernizes – a tradition of corresponding with and activating friends on behalf of the wild
Fifty-seven years ago, Ken and Florence Baldwin decided to write a letter to one hundred friends on behalf of wildlands in the Gallatin and Madison drainages. 20 of them would go on to form MWA.
Too Sacred to Drill
Federal agency recommends cancelling all remaining oil and gas leases in the Badger-Two Medicine
It’s not everyday that a government agency makes you leap with joy. Today that happened when the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation released its official comments regarding proposed oil and gas drilling in the Badger-Two Medicine.