MWF Supports Keeping Crucial Crazy Mountains Habitat in Public Hands

MWF Board Member Annie McLaughlin and friends hike the Crazies - Zach Porter

MWF member Annie McLaughlin and friends hike the Crazies.

The Montana Wildlife Federation supports keeping two sections of quality wildlife habitat in the south Crazy Mountains that sit along Rock Creek in public ownership. These lands have public access to them and offer incredible sporting opportunities. These lands are too special as wildlife habitat to give up. Read our letter to the Custer-Gallatin National Forest over the proposed South Crazies land exchange here, and tell the Forest Service to keep sections 4 and 8 along Rock Creek.