To celebrate our 60th anniversary, we're digging through the vault to tell the six-decade story of MWA, from our founding to today. This is part three, in which Montana loses a champion but adds more wilderness areas.
Between 1978 and 1987, MWA mourned conservation hero Lee Metcalf, fought for multiple wilderness areas, and hired our first staff members.
How Do You Fix a Trail After a Wildfire?
Maintaining trails after fire provides access for all and benefits local communities
We're serious about addressing the challenges of wildfire and doing our part to find solutions. That's we’ve been playing a growing role in wildfire recovery by focusing on trail restoration.
MWA once again recognized for financial transparency
We’re proud to rank among the top 7 percent of organizations nationwide, according to nonprofit watchdog groups
Last week, Montana Wilderness Association received a sixth consecutive four-star rating from Charity Navigator, placing us in the top 7% of nonprofits nationwide.
Wild Montana: Summer 2018
Read the latest issue of our quarterly newsletter today
Read all about the fight to protect our wilderness study areas (WSAs) and more in the latest issue.
What Trail Stewardship Means to Me
Our 2018 Seasonal Trail Steward shares her thoughts on trail work, advocacy, and backcountry mac & cheese
This summer, I had the privilege of co-leading MWA’s volunteer trail crew (VTC), where I learned firsthand just how well stewardship and advocacy go together.
Watch: What Do Anti-WSA Legislation and Alien Abductions Have in Common?
Just 11% of people believe in them
Sen. Daines and Rep. Gianforte continue to push their legislation attempting to strip protections from 800,000 acres of wilderness study areas (WSAs), but Montanans aren't on board.