A once-in-a-generation opportunity to help wildlife

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Hunters, anglers and wildlife enthusiasts have long supported robust measures to conserve our nation’s habitat and abundant fish and wildlife. Now, we have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to help restore and conserve at-risk wildlife species in Montana and across the country through the passage of the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA).

The legislation would bring nearly $28 million annually to the state of Montana to help at-risk wildlife species through restoration and habitat improvement projects. These key investments will benefit hundreds of species, including the game we love to hunt.

The legislation has already passed the U.S. House of Representatives with broad bipartisan support and now awaits approval in the Senate. With Senator Tester already a champion of the bill, we need YOUR help to urge Senator Daines to support RAWA to help conserve our fish and wildlife for current and future generations.

Take action NOW to tell Senator Daines to support the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act!

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Alec Underwood

Senior Policy & evelopment Director

Alec is responsible for developing and implementing MWF’s federal conservation advocacy and policy campaigns to protect Montana’s fish and wildlife. He spends most of his free time hunting big game and fly fishing Montana’s cherished trout rivers. He also enjoys backpacking, skiing, photography, and woodworking.