If you disagree with changes threatening public land access in Montana, here's your chance to be heard. Coming up this Thursday, February 23rd beginning at noon, concerned residents will join at the State Capital in Helena to voice their dissatisfaction with decisions made by some state lawmakers. The topics of concern on their agenda include the stifling of funding for conservation programs, the constitutional right to clean water and air, and healthy public lands.
It might be the best $5 you've ever spent on a tour, and we all know that Helena, Montana is chock full of cool history. Clear your schedule for Wednesday, June 29th and meet us in Helena for a walking tour.