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.
Love Letters for Badger-Two Medicine
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack jumps on lease cancellation bandwagon
Sec. Vilsack joins long line of those urging cancellation of all remaining leases in the Badger.
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.
Speak Up for the Badger-Two Medicine
Tell federal agency to recommend canceling all oil and gas leases threatening sacred area
On September 2, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation travels to Choteau to hear from the public about proposed oil and gas development in the Badger-Two Medicine.
Restoring Lee’s Legacy in the Bitterroot
Bitterroot National Forest has written a travel plan worthy of the area's favorite son
The Bitterroot National Forest's draft travel plan lives up to what Sen. Lee Metcalf envisioned for this beautiful area.
Does Daines Care What Montanans Want?
Four votes this week left Montanans wondering if Daines means what he says
This week, the U.S. Senate took up three amendments to the Keystone XL pipeline bill that amounted to an assault on public land conservation in Montana.