Looking Ahead to the 2021 Legislative Session
We're pushing to make historic progress for wild places, and we'll need your support
With the 2020 election fading, with much kicking and screaming, into the distance, it’s time to dig into what the state-level results could mean for Montana’s public lands.
Wild Montana: Fall 2020
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BLM Issues New Pryors Plan, But Much Work Remains
The agency revisited its initial environmental assessment after public pressure, but the new plan still comes up short
The BLM's new environmental assessment for the Pryor Mountains travel plan is a slight improvement over the original, but still fails to meet its legal requirements to protect wildlife, ecology, and cultural resources.
A New Day for Public Lands
Joe Biden’s victory is a clear and inspiring win for public lands in Montana and across the country
For the last four years, the outgoing administration has systematically attacked our public lands. Taking meaningful steps to repair this immense damage must be the Biden administration’s first public-lands priority.
Election 2020: Implications for Public Lands
Our responses to the presidential, Senate, House, and gubernatorial election results
This election will have greater implications for public lands than any other in modern memory. Results could translate into an enormous win for conservation, a mix of opportunity and challenge, or something altogether daunting.