Many places Montanans hunt, fish, hike and camp are being closed-off to the public. We have identified the top-five endangered access points for public land and water that our families risk losing forever.
Loss of public access to these special places is only the tip of the iceberg. Unless we prioritize solving this problem, our kids will have fewer options to hunt, fish, hike and play than we did.
We’ve seen this happen before. Other states failed to act and have permanently lost places to hunt, fish, camp and hike. We cannot let this happen in Montana.
Sign today – add your name to the growing list of Montanans and insist our elected leaders protect and maintain public access to public land. It’s time to prioritize better budgets and better tools to keep our lands and waters open for our kids.
Take the Montanans for Public Access Pledge. Tell our leaders we cannot lose any more ground.