Badger Bulletin


Badger Bulletin


Bring Them Home – Reflections on the World Premiere


Bring Them Home / Aiskótáhkapiyaaya Reflections on the World Premiere A stream of enthusiastic people wrapped around the block from the entrance to the Wilma Theater in Missoula on Saturday, […]

Fall colors in the foreground, mountains in the background

What an Incredible Fall Gathering Celebration!

Thank you to everyone who participated, contributed, or just wished they could have been there. Photos by April Espinoza except photo of Lou burning the stake by Gene Sentz, photo […]

Students from Browning High School learn about the impacts of oil drilling

Victory for the Badger-Two Medicine


Historic settlement agreement retires last oil and gas lease, ending 40-year fight East Glacier Park – Mission accomplished! Today, for the first time in four decades, the specter of oil […]

A young bison and mother grazing in a green meadow

A Bold Step: Bison Return!


By Peter Metcalf, Executive Director The air was electric with anticipation as about 100 people waited near Chief Mountain on the Blackfeet Reservation for a moment years, if not decades, […]

Looking down a valley of the Badger-Two Medicine

Blackfeet Traditionalists, Sportsmen and Conservationists Vow Continued Fight to Protect the Sacred Badger-Two Medicine


Washington, D.C. – Today, a federal District Court in Washington, D.C., reinstated a canceled energy lease and drilling permit in Montana’s famed Badger-Two Medicine region, prolonging the threat of industrialization […]

Flathead National Forest Denies Holland Lake Lodge Expansion


The public spoke and the Forest Service listened. For now. The day before Thanksgiving, the Flathead National Forest rejected a proposal from Utah-based POWDR corporation to significantly expand and upgrade […]

Victory for a Quiet Glacier


Glacier National Park Releases New Air Tour Management Plan Will phase out commercial air tours East Glacier, MT – In late September, we scored a big victory for natural sounds […]

GTMA and Allies Formally Appeal Recent Solenex Decision

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Citizens of the Blackfeet Nation and Montana fight back to defend Blackfeet culture and wild lands Groups pursue their case in court and call on all parties to come together […]

Grizzly sow and cubs standing up

Grizzly Bear News and Reflections


Current Rise in Grizzly Bear Conflicts Preventable Conflicts between people and grizzly bears rose again last year, while the number of bears poached or killed by managers also grew as […]

Reflections on Years of Service

At the end of March, Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance bid a fond farewell to two long-tenured Board members. Donna Caruso Hirst and Beth Hagan served on the Board for over a […]

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