Wilderness Needs You
Yellow wildflowers near Augusta and Choteau on the Rocky Mountain Front (Orry Marie Snodgrass)
We can't take our wildlands for granted. When crucial decisions are on the table, Montana Wilderness Association sends alerts to members and volunteers, and suggests effective ways to make phone calls, write letters, talk with your neighbors and elected officials, and more. Every small effort you make protects Montana’s wild places and enhances our conservation work.
You have unique interests and talents, and MWA has innumerable ways you can contribute those talents in ways you find enjoyable. You can lead, follow, get your feet wet, pitch in on a project, or make a lifetime commitment. Check out our volunteer page for examples, such as taking photos, attending local chapter meetings, contacting your elected officials, working on a trail, or gathering information on a hike.
Have other ideas? We’re eager to hear them!
Speak up to protect our wild places for future generations – join Montana Wilderness Association in taking action to protect Montana's public lands.
Long Mountain in the Tobacco Roots. Photo by Kevin League.
Join us or renew your membership today to ensure a wild Montana tomorrow.
Larch in the mist near Whitefish. Photo by Kathi Crowe
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