Time for Congress to Quit Treating Our Trails Like Dirt
Congress needs to take action on shrinking trails budgets
Since 2009, Congress has reduced Forest Service budgets by 48% overall in the region that manages all 10 national forests in Montana.
The Department of Interior cancels oil and gas lease in the sacred Badger-Two Medicine
There will be no oil rigs rolling into the sacred Badger-Two Medicine anytime soon.
Rep. Zinke Votes to Develop Wilderness Areas
Congressman’s position at odds with the 78% of Montanans who value wilderness
Last Friday, Rep. Ryan Zinke voted for a bill to allow any government entity to build roads and allow motorized vehicles on American public lands currently protected as Wilderness areas.
Speak up for special places in the Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest
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.
Keep the Quiet
Help us persuade Forest Service to protect mountain solitude and vital wildlife habitat in southwest Montana
Until March 3, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest is taking a forest-wide look at the impacts of snowmobiling and other forms of winter motorized recreation in some of our finest backcountry, and the agency needs to hear from you.
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.