Big Win in the Whitefish Range
Forest Service embraces the Whitefish Range Partnership proposal in its final Flathead Forest plan
Last week, the Forest Service released its final management plan for the Flathead National Forest, officially recommending nearly 80,000 acres of Wilderness in the Whitefish Range.
Bullock Calls on Daines and Gianforte to Change Course on Wilderness Study Area Bills
Montana's governor is “particularly troubled by the lack of public engagement”
We can’t thank Gov. Bullock enough for listening to Montanans and standing up for collaboration, inclusiveness, and transparency in deciding how our wildest public lands will be managed for the long haul.
A Great Start
The Latest Custer Gallatin proposal is strong but leaves unprotected a few crucial wild places. We need your help to improve it.
MWA's history runs deep in the Custer Gallatin National Forest. In fact, our organization was founded by Montanans inspired to protect the wild Madison and Gallatin Ranges, both of which are located in the Forest.
Flathead National Forest Releases its Draft Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement
Now is our last chance to weigh in on the forest plan revision
We’re pleased to report that the Forest Service is recommending the Whitefish Range, the Swan Front, and Jewel Basin for Wilderness and will manage these places to maintain their wild character and not allow motorized or mechanized transport within them.
Made for the Job
We welcome Rachel VandeVoort as the first director of the Montana Office of Outdoor Recreation
We have been advocating for this office for more than four years now and applaud the governor’s choice to lead the office.
Sec. Zinke Formally Recommends Keeping Missouri River Breaks National Monument as Is
Thanks to Montanans holding their ground, the Breaks remains protected
There are still 25 other national monuments across the country under review, and if the federal government shrinks or eliminates any one of them, it could set a precedent that puts all 157 national monuments in jeopardy, including the three we have in Montana – the Breaks, Pompeys Pillar, and Little Bighorn Battlefield.