Too Precious to Mine
Tell the BLM to withdraw new mining leases near Glasgow to protect sage grouse, mountain plover, other species
Gumbo Plateau, Caravan Marsh Hawk Hills, Sage Creek, and other lands in northeastern Montana provide some of the very best habitat for sage grouse in the state.
Left in Limbo
Congress fails to fix two major problems threatening Montana’s communities and outdoor way of life
When the dust settled last night on a legislative agreement that became part of the fiscal 2016 omnibus package, a solution for the nation’s wildfire funding problem had indeed been slashed.
Pulling Together for the Blackfoot
The time is ripe for permanently protecting special areas in the Blackfoot and Clearwater Valleys
Around MWA, Featured
There’s far too much uncertainty for the future of the southwest Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, the beating heart of the Northern Rockies and one of the world’s premier wild areas.
Remembering a Close Friend in the Pryor Mountains
For centuries, the Pryors have offered silence and serenity
Exploring Montana, Featured
MWA’s Eastern Montana Field Director, Charlie Smillie, remembers a close friend in the wild and sacred silence of the Pryor Mountains.