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A fisherwoman ventures out into the Yellowstone on a misty morning (photo by Chatanika Stoop)

In September 1989, President George H.W. Bush visited Montana and spoke passionately about his vision for a future driven by a commitment to conservation and a sense of responsibility to future generations. Let's not forget his message. 

The Rooney clan explores their public lands in search of the perfect tree (photo by Mike Rooney))

The freshly-cut Douglas fir cleared a wide path as my dad pulled it down the powdered trail. Late afternoon sunlight poked through the snow-laden branches as my mom, my wife, and I trailed behind him, laughing as we slipped and slid in the fresh tracks. 

An early snowfall caps the Bridgers (photo by Kurtis Minster)

If you’re like me,  just hearing the words “Black Friday” makes you shudder. That's why I'm so happy to celebrate our public lands and wild places on Giving Tuesday on instead.

Fishing on a fall day near Wolf Creek (photo by Anson Nygaard)

For many returning veterans, public lands aren’t a luxury and access isn’t political. They're an essential part of the healing process.  

Pledge to vote for public lands this election (photo by Tony Bynum)

Over the last 3 months, close to 8,000 Montanans have pledged to vote to keep public lands in public hands. Will you join them?

Montanas rally in Helena to reclaim public say over public lands (photo by Gabe Furshong)

More than 60 Montanans rallied Helena to send a message to Congressman Steve Daines, Representative Greg Gianforte, and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke: stop depriving the public of a say in the management of our public lands.