The Time for Oil and Gas Lease Reform Is Now
Companies could take control of thousands of acres of public lands in central Montana as early as next summer if we don't act
The threat to central Montana’s wildest places is not abstract: these lands could be in private hands by next summer, and the agency has demonstrated it has no interest in keeping central Montana wild.
Another Wilderness Proposal Takes Shape
Public lands in Lewis and Clark County are at the center of a Lincoln-based collaborative MWA helped launch
In January of 2019, a dozen representatives agreed to pursue a unified management agenda incorporating wilderness, conservation areas, motorized recreation, mountain biking, fire mitigation, and forest restoration.
What Binds Us Together
University of Montana public lands survey again demonstrates conservation is a value Montanans overwhelmingly share
This poll serves as an opportunity to determine whether our work aligns with Montanans’ values, and whether we are doing our job building grassroots support for the proposals we champion.
100-Year-Old Public Land Policy Puts Industry over People
It’s high time to end non-competitive leasing and stop the Interior Department from selling out public lands to oil and gas
The practice of noncompetitive leasing is a hold-over from the 100-year-old Mineral Leasing Act that still guides these practices.
Montanans: ‘Rep. Gianforte, Support Full, Dedicated Funding for LWCF’
75% of Montanans and our two senators believe in the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Where's Rep. Gianforte?
It's time for Rep. Gianforte to fall in line with Montanans and stand up for full, dedicated funding for LWCF.
Introducing Wild Montana Action Fund
The Action Fund will lead the movement to compel elected officials and other leaders to protect Montana’s public lands
The Wild Montana Action Fund will bring much-needed capacity to the conservation movement in Montana and further the protection of the wild public lands that make our state so special.