Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance

Dedicated to the protection, stewardship, and shared enjoyment of the Badger-Two Medicine and the adjacent lands, clean water and native species in Montana’s northern Crown of the Continent ecosystem.

Our Work

We protect the ecological integrity and wildness of public lands, rivers and streams from irresponsible development, commercialization, and mismanagement.

We protect fish and wildlife habitat and safeguard migration corridors for grizzly bears, lynx and wolverines amidst growing human populations and pressure.

We mobilize citizens to help care for the land, water, plants, and animals by organizing community stewardship projects and recreational outings.

Victory for the Badger-Two Medicine

All Oil and Gas Leases Retired!

Learn more about this victory and the work still ahead to secure permanent protection for the Badger-Two Medicine.

We are the only organization exclusively dedicated to protecting the Headwaters of North America.

Since 1984, Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance has inspired everyday people to protect the wild beauty and irreplaceable cultural resources of this region through community-based conservation, volunteerism, humility and kindness.

Get Involved!

We host a series of hikes, volunteer days and speaker events throughout the year. We hope you will join us!

Badger Bulletin

What's New?

GTMA to host talk on wildlife crossings

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Journalist Ben Goldfarb, author of the book Crossings, will speak on Wednesday, June 26th at the Whitefish Community Center Crossing Highway 2 south of Glacier National Park can be a […]

Take Action – Flathead National Forest proposed changes

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Comment on the Flathead National Forest’s proposed changes to winter travel and management of recommended wilderness The Flathead National Forest has proposed a suite of changes to its winter travel […]

Take Action – Temporary special use permits

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Help the Flathead National Forest decide whether to issue temporary special use permits Comments due April 10th. The Flathead National Forest is considering whether to issue 23 temporary special use […]

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