MWF 2017 Summer Newsletter

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

The Montana Wildlife Federation spent a great deal of time and energy in the first half of 2017 at the Montana Capitol working to defend and enhance Montana’s outdoor heritage. The biennial Legislative Session always demands a lot of our time and attention, but it is worth it.

As in past sessions, our efforts in 2017 have paid off. The hard work of MWF volunteers and staff, combined with our constructive relationships with lawmakers and our strong coalitions with other conservation groups, resulted in several major victories for wildlife and our outdoors. We also held the line against efforts to undermine our natural heritage.

Read the full post-session recap, these important topics, and more in the MWF Summer 2017 Newsletter

  • Montana Sporting Coalition
  • Artemis Sportswomen’s Conservation Launch
  • Protect the Paradise Valley
  • Sage-Grouse
  • Missouri River Breaks Still Worthy of Protection
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Alec Underwood

Federal Conservation Campaigns 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.