MWA During Covid-19
Here’s how we’re responding to the pandemic
Updates from Executive Director
In light of the new reality that Covid-19 has brought to our lives, we have had to make some hard decisions and take a range of actions to ensure we are doing our part to stop the spread of the virus and are keeping our staff, their families, our members, volunteers, and other supporters safe and healthy.
Last Line of Defense Under Attack
Trump administration is going after bedrock law that protects public lands and keeps communities safe
NEPA is a critical tool used to maintain a healthy balance between environmental impacts and development projects – and it's under threat.
Changes We Want to See Made to the Helena-Lewis and Clark Plan Revision
The revised Forest plan needs to protect many more areas than the final draft currently does
The Forest includes some of Montana’s most revered public lands, including the Big Snowy Mountains, the Little Belts, Big Belts, Badger-Two Medicine, Elkhorn Mountains, and the entire stretch of the Continental Divide between Helena and Glacier National Park.
A Lease-Free Badger
Appeals court upholds cancellation of last remaining oil and gas lease in Badger-Two Medicine
In a long-awaited victory for Blackfeet Nation, an appeals court upheld the protection of sacred Badger-Two Medicine on June 16.
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.