“Wild Land Ethic- The story of Wilderness in Montana” – Paperback


This book contains the work of more than forty writers and thirty-two photographers, every one of whom donated their work toward the collaborative efforts that both inspired and fueled the building of this story. This book focuses on the history of the Wilderness preservation movement in Montana, and it covers in scope wild land resources across the state from the proposed Scotchman Peaks area in northwestern Montana to the Pryor Mountains in the southeastern part of the state.

Dale Burk of Stevensville and Wayne Chamberlin of Helena served as co-editors of the book and Burk also wrote the Foreword for it. They have been working on the project for more than a year and noted that the book is dedicated to the late Ken and Florence Baldwin of Bozeman, early advocates in Montana for Wilderness preservation and founders of the Montana Wilderness Association.

  • 6×9 inch softcover format
  • 328 pages
  • More than 100 color photos

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