Our Chance to Keep It Wild in the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest
Now is the time to speak up for Badger-Two Medicine, Nevada Mountain, Big Snowies, and other places in the Forest
From the Big Snowies to the Badger-Two Medicine, the future of wild country along hundreds of miles of the wild Continental Divide and in seven awesome island ranges of central Montana is at stake in a recently released draft forest plan for the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest.
These alternatives are essentially options for how the Forest Service will manage the 2.8 million acre forest for the next 20 years.
Gianforte’s WSA Bills to Receive a Hearing in the House on Thursday
Now more than ever we need to raise our collective voice against the biggest rollback of protected land in state history
The damage these bills could do to our community water supplies, our fish and wildlife populations, and our $7 billion outdoor recreation economy could be devastating.
Two Farm Bills, Two Visions for Our Public Lands
The House Farm Bill thankfully failed. The one in the Senate thankfully passed out of committee yesterday.
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The Senate bill serves our public lands well.
How We’re Putting Your Tax Dollars to Work on Public Lands
We stretch and multiply just about every federal grant dollar we receive
Every single dime MWA receives in public funding goes into our trail stewardship work.
Montanans Overwhelmingly Support Public Lands - and this Poll is Proof
The Public Land Survey proves Sen. Daines and Rep. Gianforte still aren't listening
The numbers in the poll prove that nearly all Montanans value the economic, recreational, cultural, and habitat value of our public lands. Rep. Gianforte and Sen. Daines clearly don't agree.
Bullock Calls on Daines and Gianforte to Change Course on Wilderness Study Area Bills
Montana's governor is “particularly troubled by the lack of public engagement”
We can’t thank Gov. Bullock enough for listening to Montanans and standing up for collaboration, inclusiveness, and transparency in deciding how our wildest public lands will be managed for the long haul.