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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. 

Sally Kelsey, MWA supporter and Madison Range resident (photo by Alex Blackmer)

GivingTuesday is the single biggest day of charitable giving on the planet, and this year it’s happening on December 3.

Looking down on the North Fork Blackfoot and the Hobnail Tom Trail (Alex Blackmer)

What motivated our crew members to give some sweat to the Hobnail Tom Trail? Turns out they all had their reasons.

Sunset from the flanks of Pryors (Emily Cleveland)

The Pryor Mountains are home to a diversity of plant and animal life that's unrivaled in Montana. The Custer Gallatin National Forest Plan should take that into account. 

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. 

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.