The Montana Wildlife Federation for decades has been a leading voice for protecting and enhancing our public wildlife, lands, and access at the Montana Legislature. We need your help to make that happen in 2019.
MWF’s volunteers and staff are gearing up for the 2019 Legislature, and we need your help. Join our Legislative Action Team to help move forward bills that affect our public lands, wildlife and access for all of us to enjoy them and fight against anti-access, anti-conservation proposals.
Legislative Action Team Members Will:
- Receive insider updates and breaking news as bills are moving during the session.
- Get previews of bills that are scheduled for hearings each week.
- Have opportunities and expert help weighing in with your legislators on wildlife, habitat, and access priorities.
- Help spread information to other conservation advocates and leverage grassroots action to make our collective voice heard.
In addition to our Legislative Action Team, MWF provides a bill tracker on our website for key wildlife bills and a weekly legislative update for all of our members.
Once again, MWF will be leading the effort to increase access to public land by raising the fine for illegally gating a county road to $500 per day. That’s just the tip of the iceberg of our work. MWF will fight for funding for Habitat Montana, support private landowner habitat and access programs, stand up for sound wildlife management, and defend funding for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. We’ll fight any attempts to privatize our public lands and wildlife or work to impede scientific wildlife management.
MWF has been at the Capitol for more than 50 years, and we have succeeded because our boots-on-the-ground volunteers all over Montana are willing to show up and speak up for what’s important to you. We can’t do it without you. Sign up to be part of our Legislative Action Team and get engaged. The threats to our shared wildlife and sporting heritage are greater than ever, and we can only win together.
Become a Member of our Legislative Action Team today.