Book Reading: Where Roads Will Never Reach
Author Fred Swanson to read in Bozeman, Helena, Missoula, and Bigfork
From the Bitterroots to Bunker Creek to the Bob, Fred's work traces the history of wildland preservation in the Northern Rockies.
Poised for Protection
The Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act on the cusp of passage
A 31-year wilderness designation drought in Montana may finally be at an end. Included in the National Defense Authorization Act now before Congress, the Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act is on the verge of becoming law.
Public Lands in Public Hands
Public lands rally draws hundreds to the Capitol
Announcements, Around MWA
Father of the conservation movement, President Theodore Roosevelt believed that America was at its best when Americans drew their strength primarily from what they hold in common. On September 27, around 300 hunters, anglers and others who cherish public lands gathered on the steps of the Montana State Capitol in Helena to honor this belief and to celebrate our common ground on National Public Lands Day.
The Montana Wilderness Association is pleased to announce the winners of the sixth annual Picture Wild Montana photo contest.
Walks Kick-Off & CDT Project Roll-Out
Coming Soon in a Town Near You
On the Trail, Announcements, Around MWA
The Montana Wildernes Association is getting ready for summer! You're invited to our upcoming Wilderness Walks Kick-Offs and CDT Projects Roll-Out. Check out the event details and make plans to join us.
Join us for an open house
Your'e invited to help celebrate a new chapter in MWA and Helena history
After nine years at 30 S. Ewing in Helena, the Montana Wilderness Association’s main office has moved.
Please join us for an open house on Dec. 6th at our new home in the historic Bluestone House at 80 South Warren.