Welcome to Wild Word
MWA continues – and modernizes – a tradition of corresponding with and activating friends on behalf of the wild
Fifty-seven years ago, Ken and Florence Baldwin decided to write a letter to one hundred friends on behalf of wildlands in the Gallatin and Madison drainages. 20 of them would go on to form MWA.
Too Sacred to Drill
Federal agency recommends cancelling all remaining oil and gas leases in the Badger-Two Medicine
It’s not everyday that a government agency makes you leap with joy. Today that happened when the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation released its official comments regarding proposed oil and gas drilling in the Badger-Two Medicine.
Our Outdoor Heritage in the Crosshairs
State lawmakers are taking aim at successful state conservation programs
Lawmakers are once again playing political games with our state lands and conservation programs, jeopardizing critical investments in habitat conservation, public access, and land acquisition.
How Sen. Daines Can Regain Montanans’ Trust on Public Lands
His vote last week put a host of special areas in Montana at risk of being sold
Sen. Daines’ vote last week resulted in an outpouring of frustration from Montanans of all political stripes,
Protecting Our Outdoor Heritage at the State Capitol
Join us in demanding that our elected officials keep public lands in public hands
Passage of the Heritage Act was an incredible success that reminds us that our values predominate in Montana and that the system for protecting public lands still works.