Four state legislators were honored Wednesday, January 15th at an award ceremony recognizing their outstanding commitment to protecting Montana’s shared outdoor heritage.
There is a strong appetite for new state funding to support wildlife protection, improve public access, and conserve more working lands in Montana according to new findings by the Montana…Read More
Each day until his death, Chief Plenty Coups would drink out of the sacred Medicine Spring at his home on the Crow Indian Reservation near the Pryor Mountains. Upon his…Read More
“What do you mean by outdoor heritage?” asks a man taking the Montana Outdoor Heritage Survey outside Chalet Sports on Main Street in Bozeman on a warm July afternoon. “What…Read More
Montana has given Jeff Wright inspiration, a love for the outdoors and a wife. Wright hopes he can he help return the favor to the Treasure state. Appointed a Montana…Read More
Coming out of the Crazy Mountains, the North Fork of Horse Creek flows west into the middle fork and eventually into the Shields River. Like most mountain streams, the creek…Read More
They come from Idaho, New York City and China. They come for the wide-open spaces, the public lands and the wildlife. They spend money on gasoline, souvenirs and experiences. In…Read More