‘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.
The BLM doubles down on avoiding local input
New Pryor Mountains plan is more evidence of the agency’s top-down approach
Following an order from the secretary of the interior, the BLM is poised to open over 50 miles of primitive trails to e-bikes.
More Evidence that Montanans Support Public Lands
A new survey shows broad agreement about the importance of public lands funding
The results of the Montana Outdoor Heritage Project survey are clear: our outdoor way of life is a value that unites Montanans.