Keep It Wild in the Island Ranges and on the Divide
Help make future of Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest a wild one
Imagine a national forest plan encompassing a dozen wild ranges of the Rockies that fully recognizes the priceless values of wild nature to people present and future.
Welcome to Wild Word
MWA continues – and modernizes – a tradition of corresponding with and activating friends on behalf of the wild
Fifty-seven years ago, Ken and Florence Baldwin decided to write a letter to one hundred friends on behalf of wildlands in the Gallatin and Madison drainages. 20 of them would go on to form MWA.
Some Perspective on a Recent Badger-Two Medicine Ruling
The issue is a lot bigger than the opinion of one faraway judge
Featured, In the Media
I am reminded that this fight will go on regardless of Judge Leon’s ruling, or perhaps in spite of it.
BLM Gives Short Shrift to Southeast Montana’s Wildlands
Agency will protect the wilderness character of a mere .2% of 2.75 million acres
The Bureau of Land Management has a duty to manage our lands for multiple values, and that includes protecting wilderness and conserving some of the last remaining unbroken prairie in all the Great Plains.