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Over the last few months, some Montana legislators have been ginning up attention to the idea that national forests and other public lands should be taken away from the federal government and transferred to state or local governments. Proponents of these schemes offer legal-sounding rhetoric…
The hot button issue for land access folks this legislative session is a bill that would legalize crossings at fence corners from public land to public land.
Montana has a long, successful history of thoughtful political and conservation leaders who have been a force against interests that would destroy our outdoor heritage. Steve Bullock has bravely defended access to public lands and waters. Pam Bucy defended our stream access law in front of t…
We Montanans take much for granted. Because our public ownership of wildlife was earned for us before we were born, we assume there isn’t a risk of public wildlife being taken from us.