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Looking over Big Timber Drainage in the Crazy Mountains (Aaron Schye)

In 1860, Apsaalooke (Crow) Chief Plenty Coups spent four days deep in the Crazies. While he was there, he had a vision that would shape the future of his homeland. 

A grizzly bear in Glacier National Park (Barbara Gault)

Montana is bear country, but being prepared and respectful can go a long way towards keeping you and bears safe when you're on the trail. 

Blooming cactus with the Sweetgrass Hills in the background (photo by Janice Hendrickson)

There’s still snow covering Montana’s high country, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of places to get out on the trail.

John Helle and Emily Cleveland at the skirting table (Alex Blackmer)

Two MWA staffers spent a day at the Helle Rambouillet Ranch near Dillon to get a taste of sheep shearing and some insight into what makes the Ruby Valley Strategic Alliance tick. 

Learn how you can be an effective advocate for Montana's wild public lands (Eliza Wiley)

Your voice is an important part of the legislative process. Watch this video to learn how to use it to speak up for the places you love. 

Rallying for our way of life (Eliza Wiley)

Read all about the Rally for Public Lands, recent developments in the Whitefish Range, and more.