Zinke Leaves Montana Worse Off
Outgoing Interior secretary leaves our public lands more vulnerable than ever to transfer, seizure, and exploitation
Secretary Zinke could hardly have been further from the Teddy Roosevelt conservationist he proclaimed to be.
Zinke’s Vow to Keep Public Lands in Public Hands Rings Hollow
More and more it appears he works for special interests, not the American public
Zinke has surrounded himself with proponents of lands transfer, hiring more than ten people who used to work for some of the biggest and most powerful lands transfer advocates in the country.
History as Our Guide: Forest Jobs and Recreation Act
In the final installment on previous WSA legislation, we look back on a bill that would have settled the fate of 12 WSAs
One of the reasons FJRA didn’t eventually pass was because Steve Daines, first as congressman and later as senator, refused to support the bill.
How Daines Voted this Week: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
He finally came through on LWCF, but advanced a bad bill and played some ugly politics
Featured, In the Media
During the same committee meeting in which the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act was inexplicably left off the agenda, Sen. Daines voted in support of five bills in five other states that would designate, in total, 1.3 million acres of new Wilderness.
Join us in Standing up for Montana Values and Against the Anti-Public Lands Agenda
We call on Sec. Zinke to publicly denounce Ammon Bundy's "New Code of the West" event in Whitefish
We call on Sec. Ryan Zinke to denounce this anti-public lands event taking place in his hometown of Whitefish and stand up for Montana values like respect and the outdoor way of life provided by our public lands.
History as Our Guide: 1988 Wilderness Bill
In the second installment of our series on previous WSA legislation, we examine a sweeping bill that sailed through Congress
he bill addressed all seven remaining WSAs that had been created by the Montana Wilderness Study Act of 1977.