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Naked Lady Lake in the Scapegoat Wilderness (photo by Carole Boerner)

North-central Montana is a great place to call home, and it’s made even better by the businesses that support our work and do their part to protect Montana's public lands. 

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.

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.

Yve, Ian, and Samson outside their home in Choteau.

Bozeman-based Thirsty Lake Solar is working to ensure that wildlands remain wild, one rooftop at a time.

Glacier Two Medicine Alliance founder Lou Bruno speaks at the Fourth Annual GTMA Fall Gathering at the Rising Wolf Ranch. Photo by Gerry Jennings

“We are dedicated to the protection, stewardship, and shared enjoyment of the culturally and ecologically irreplaceable wildlands of the Badger-Two Medicine and its interconnected ecosystems. We seek to ensure that a child of future generations will recognize and can experience the same cultural and ecological richness that we find in the wildlands of the Badger-Two Medicine today.”