Daines: Protect LWCF and Vote NO on David Bernhardt
The nominee for Interior secretary would be a disaster for a conservation program that Daines has been championing
If Senator Steve Daines intends on putting his money where his mouth is, he’ll oppose Bernhard’s nomination simply because Bernhard has all but assured the American public that he intends on crippling a bipartisan, hugely popular program that Daines is currently championing – the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which was permanently reauthorized by a bipartisan supermajority.
Wild Montana: Winter 2019
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Read all about the Rally for Public Lands, recent developments in the Whitefish Range, and more.
The Last Best Chance for the Gallatin Range
The Gallatin Forest Partnership agreement is our most promising path towards permanently protecting the Gallatins
The recreation pressure in these mountains is building, and we need to convince the Forest Service to recommend permanent protection for the Gallatin Range over the next year, or we could very well not have another chance.
“An All-Encompassing Emotional Experience”
MWA presents “Hallowed Waters,” a short film that captures the beauty of the storied Blackfoot and how we can protect it
As “Hallowed Waters” beautifully demonstrates, the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act (BCSA) will permanently protect the key tributaries of the iconic Blackfoot River and thereby help ensure that the entire Blackfoot watershed remains a stable and healthy fishery for native westslope cutthroat and bull trout.
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.
“These Lands are our Heritage!”
An electrifying Rally for Public Lands draws 2,000 people and sees a surprise appearance by Senator Tester
In a striking show of support for Montana’s 30 million acres of national public lands, some 2,000 people packed the State Capitol Rotunda on Friday to celebrate the outdoor way of life that defines our state.