Congress: Stand up for Public Lands and Montana Jobs
The Great American Outdoors Act would fund LWCF and support Montana's economic recovery
Our public lands are the foundation of our $7.1 billion outdoor recreation economy, and supporting them will help Montanans get back on their feet.
MWA Stands in Solidarity with the Black Community
Our response to recent racial violence and police brutality
Racial injustice is a plague on American society, and public lands and other open spaces in Montana are not immune to it.
A Mixed Bag
While protecting the Big Snowies and Nevada Mountain, the Helena-Lewis and Clark Forest plan falls short for too many places
We’re pleased the Forest Service recognized the importance of conserving the wildest areas along the continental divide and in the Big Snowies.
BLM Moves Towards Allowing Motorized E-Bikes on Non-Motorized Trails
A proposed rule threatens thousands of miles of historic hiking, hunting, and equestrian trails
The Department of the Interior is pushing a top-down plan to allow motorized e-bikes on non-motorized BLM trails.
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.