Emily Clevelend Named New Conservation Director
After serving 3 years as field director for MWA, Cleveland now oversees our on-the-ground work protecting Montana’s wild places
From surveying the Custer Gallatin’s wildest places to shearing sheep with the Ruby Valley Strategic Alliance, Emily Cleveland isn’t afraid to break a sweat in the pursuit of furthering Montana Wilderness Association’s mission.
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.
Introducing Wild Montana Action Fund
The Action Fund will lead the movement to compel elected officials and other leaders to protect Montana’s public lands
The Wild Montana Action Fund will bring much-needed capacity to the conservation movement in Montana and further the protection of the wild public lands that make our state so special.
One Down, One More to Go
One of the two remaining leases in the Badger-Two Medicine was permanently retired today
We stand by our tribal partners when they say that they will see the last of the Badger-Two Medicine leases retired.
Tester Goes to Bat for the Badger-Two Medicine, Again
For the second week in a row, our senior senator champions wild and storied lands on the Crown of the Continent
Last week, he reintroduced the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act. This week, Sen. Tester introduced a Senate resolution calling on Interior Secretary David Bernhardt to uphold the Interior Department’s commitment to the Blackfeet Nation and defend its cancellation of oil and gas leases in the Badger-Two Medicine.
Senator Tester Reintroduces the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act
Wilderness bill supported by 73 percent of Montanans is back in the running
Today. Sen. Jon Tester announced that he's reintroducing the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act, which would add nearly 80,000 acres to the Bob Marshall, Scapegoat, and Mission Mountains Wilderness Areas.