BLM Abandons Multiple-Use Mandate
BLM releases plan giving 95% of central Montana public lands to oil and gas
If it wasn’t clear before, it is now: under Secretary Bernhardt and Acting Director Pendley, our public lands are in serious jeopardy.
A Pivotal Moment for the Great Burn
Write a comment telling the Forest Service to keep this special place wild
The Great Burn, also known as the Hoodoo Roadless Area, is a 275,000-acre Recommended Wilderness on the Montana/Idaho border. It’s known for its gorgeous high alpine environment, including jewel-like alpine lakes in deep basins, abundant wildflowers, and a large population of mountain goats that constantly surprise and delight hikers.
‘Montana Has Always Been Indian Country’
Indigenous panel discusses cultural importance of the Crazy Mountains and other public lands
Featuring interviews with five tribal members, including Doyle, our eight-minute film explores the cultural and spiritual connection the Crow Tribe (Apsáalooke) has to the Crazies.
Why We Support the CSKT Water Compact
Justice for Montana’s Indigenous people, the preservation of working farms and ranches, and wildlife habitat are at stake
The CSKT has filed their water claims in court. However, those claims are on hold until January 10, 2020 because of compact negotiations.
Wild Montana: Fall 2019
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Protecting the public’s right to input in the Bitterroot
There’s less than one week left to weigh in on the Bitterroot Front Project
A lack of meaningful public input and an incomplete environmental impact statement leave plenty of questions around this 150,000-acre project.