Wild Life - April 2020

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2019 Salish Kootenai College Upward Bound program working on a project in Jewel Basin (photo by Matt Bowser)

Looking along the spine of the Snowcrest Range (photo by Eric Regensburger)

As the coronavirus takes its toll on business in Montana and everywhere else, this series pays tribute to the business owners who contribute to our outdoor recreation economy and help MWA protect public lands and waters across the state.

Are you a bighorn sheep? A grizzly? A bald eagle? A westslope cutthroat trout? Take the quiz to find out your secret Kootenai critter identity! (photo by Cindy Houk)

The 2.2-million-acre Kootenai National Forest is home to a stunning array ofwildlife including bighorn sheep, grizzly bears, bald eagles, and westslope cutthroat trout. Which Kootenai critter are you?

Give back to the western Montana businesses that are supporting the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act (photo by Erin Clark)

As the coronavirus takes its toll on business in Montana and everywhere else, we aim to pay tribute in this series of blog posts to the business owners who contribute to our outdoor recreation economy and help MWA protect public lands and waters across the state.

Here are a few tips to help you get the outdoor time you need while keeping you and your fellow Montanans healthy and safe (photo by Sara Schroeder)

Public lands are extremely important for our physical and mental well-being, especially now. But if we don’t enjoy them responsibly during this health crisis, we will be putting our own health, and our neighbors’ health, at risk.