The Right Way and Wrong Way to Decide the Fate of Our Public Lands
Today the contrast became abundantly clear with poll showing strong support for Blackfoot Clearwater bill and collaboration
The right way involves the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act, which would add 80,000 acres to the Bob Marshall, Scapegoat, and Mission Mountains Wilderness Areas
The Deception Daines is Using to Sell His WSA Bill
Montanans expect honest, open conversation, not a stream of misinformation, in creation of public lands legislation
Sen. Daines knows that his bill would overturn congressional mandate that prevents the U.S. Forest Service from damaging the wilderness character of five wilderness study areas on three national forests.
Gianforte Follows Daines’ Lead and Shuts Montanans Out
Together they are waging the single biggest assault on public lands in Montana history
Just when we thought the attacks on our wildest, most pristine public lands couldn’t get worse, yesterday Congressman Greg Gianforte introduced two bills that would open over 700,000 acres of public lands to hard-rock mining, oil and gas development, commercial logging, and motorized recreation.
The Right Way to Solve Public Land Challenges in Montana
The Gallatin Forest Partnership is an example Senator Daines should follow
Montanans deserve to have a voice in the future management of the Gallatin Range, Sapphires, Big Snowies, and the other wild places set aside by the Montana Wilderness Study Act.
Call to Action in the Bitterroot
We’re rallying next week on behalf of the Sapphire and Blue Joint Wilderness Study Areas
If Senator Steve Daines has his way, you might find a gold mine where you used to find native trout up beautiful Blue Joint Creek or off-road vehicles ripping through vast wet meadows in the Sapphires, some of the best elk habitat in the Lower 48.
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.