Wild Life - December 2019

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Sunset over Ear Mountain on the Rocky Mountain Front. (Photo by Ralph Thornton)

Before 2019 comes to an end and we enter a new decade, we'd like to highlight the year's successes and thank our supporters for helping us ensure the protection of Montana's wild public lands.

Volunteers working on a 2019 trail project in the Centennial Mountains.

It’s that time of year when we look back at the year’s accomplishments, take stock of our successes, and honor all the volunteers who power our work protecting Montana’s wild public lands.

View north from West Peak in the Big Snowy Mountains (photo by Dexter Hale)

The Big Snowy Mountains lie smack-dab in the heart of the Treasure State, just south of its geographic center in Lewistown.

Spectacular cliffs studded with Ponderosa pine jut out from surrounding prairies and provide habitat for a variety of wildlife (photo by Forrest Theisen)

Spectacular cliffs studded with ponderosa pine jut out from surrounding prairies and provide habitat for a variety of wildlife.

Sadie and her family enjoying the Lolo National Forest this summer (photo courtesy of Sadie Rae Russell)

Dec. 3 is #GivingTuesday, the largest day of charitable giving in the world. Join Sadie and make a donation to MWA today. 

Addrien enjoying the outdoors with her daughter-in-law Clair and three of her seven grandkids.

#GivingTuesday, the largest day of charitable giving in the world, is on Dec. 3. Join Addrien and her grandchildren in supporting MWA.