Conservation

Montana Legislature 2017, Montana Wildlife Federation
Nick Gevock
Sportsmen, conservationists defeat bad Habitat Montana bill.  Read more >>
Montana Legislature 2017, Montana Wildlife Federation
Nick Gevock
2017 Legislature rolls along.  Read more >>
Montana Wildlife Federation, Montana Legislature 2017
Nick Gevock
Hunting and habitat bills move forward.  Read more >>
Montana Wildlife Federation, Montana Legislature
Nick Gevock
Legislature updates from the Montana Wildlife Federation.  Read more >>
Montana Wildlife Federation, Montana Legislature
Nick Gevock
The Legislature moves forward.  Read more >>
Looking to find local groups dedicated to protecting our beloved environment? Here you go!  Read more >>
David Tucker
Keeping our rivers wild and scenic.It is hard to over-exaggerate how much Montanans love rivers. From Class V rapids to 50-mile riffles, rivers are the arteries that pump life into our state’s outdoor heritage, recreation economy, and agricultural way of life. Read more >>
John F. Organ
In his 1930 American Game Policy, Aldo Leopold wrote that we must recognize the landowner as the custodian of wildlife, and that only the landowner can practice management efficiently. Read more >>
Whitney Tilt
The public benefits of private lands. Read more >>
David Tucker
Gallatin access points get a facelift. Read more >>
river, conservation, natural resources
Emily O'Connor
Landscaping as an act of conservation.  Read more >>
Sarah Tilt, One Montana, Gallatin Valley, Montana
Anthony Pavkovich
A discussion with One Montana's Sarah Tilt.  Read more >>
Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Conservation Easement, Trails, Bozeman
Cordelia Pryor
When a fifth-generation Gallatin Valley rancher wants to keep the family land intact—regardless of all the work it will take—and a fatcat developer comes knocking with dollar signs in his eyes, the Gallatin Valley Land Trust offers the rancher an alternative. Read more >>
Montana Land Reliance, Conservation Easement, Gallatin Valley, Montana
Jimmy Lewis
Why conserving private land is good for all.  Read more >>
Mike Fiebig, American Rivers, Wild and Scenic, Bozeman
Anthony Pavkovich
As part one of a new four-part series, Outside Bozeman caught up with American Rivers’ Michael Fiebig for a conversation exploring the intersection of conservation and recreation. Read more >>
Beaver, Montana, Bannock Grazing Association
Sean Quartz
Climate change threatens the places where we hunt and fish, but beavers can help.  Read more >>
Montana Wilderness, Wildlfire, Yellowstone Park
Dennis Glick
When ecological systems are free to play themselves out on a large scale, things get a little dirty—and that’s a good thing.  Read more >>
Mike England
Nothing motivates like a challenge—be it a grade-school dare, a first-ever marathon, or starting a new business. Read more >>
Gallatin River Task Force, Gallatin River
Kristin Gardner
A plan to protect Big Sky’s water.  Read more >>
Montana Wildlife Federation, Conservation, Public Land, Hunting
Nick Gevock
Protecting our public land.  Read more >>
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