THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE THAT ATTENDED
“EVENING ON THE RANCH!”
WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT!
MWF is offering some great deals on some Montana Matters Merchandise until it is sold out! Add a t-shirt layer, a knit beanie and/or a nice warm sweatshirt for these cold winter days; a ball cap to keep the sun out of your eyes; and an easy listening CD for that lazy day around the house or those road trips when you would rather be enjoying the great Montana Outdoors; and all of them expressing the sentiment that Montana Matters!
Hooded sweatshirts (grey or tan) that were originally for sale at $35 are now $12.
Crewneck sweatshirts (white and grey) that were originally on sale for $25 are now $10.
T-shirts (several colors) that were originally on sale for $15 are now $8.
Camo Knit Fleece or Cotton beanies that were originally $15 are now $8.
Baseball caps (several colors & varying MM Logo’s) that were originally $15 are now $8.
Songs of Montana Volumes 1 and 2 were for sale at $10 are now $8.
Sale prices good while supplies last, MWF/Montana Matters reserves the right to change colors and/or sizes for items ordered that are out of stock which wasn’t reflected at the time of ordering. If any change to color and/or sizes is required MWF will contact customer via email for changes before orders ship.
Montana’s Future is at a Crossroads
Wildlife habitat management and increasing population Matter to Montana
Climate Change and Environmental Issues Matter to Montana
Montana’s future is at a crossroads. The challenges we face today are far different than those of past generations. The future of this magnificent state and the future of our natural wealth and resources lie in our hands. How we address these new and profound threats to Montana’s ecological integrity will determine what kind of future we leave to our children and grandchildren.
Oil and gas development in sensitive wildlife habitat, urban/suburban sprawl and development, an ever-increasing human population, climate change, loss of traditional wildlife management techniques, and a host of other challenging issues are changing the face and future of our Montana.
How do we move forward with knowledge and understanding of our past – our wildlife victories as well as our defeats? How do we remember those hard-learned lessons, in the face of short-term financial gain? How do we prevent the destruction of our natural wealth and resources and prevent long-term, irreversible damage to the legacy we want to leave behind? Everything we give up today, we may never regain. How do we hold onto our past while saving a place for the future?
What we have learned over the past century is that Montana matters, not just within the scope of local and national issues but globally. Now is the time to make the biggest difference in how Montana looks for the next 100 years and beyond. Enjoy the Treasure State, our abundant wildlife, our magnificent forests, fields, lakes, and streams. Give generously so all that makes Montana the Last Best Place remains intact for our children and our children’s children.