Keep Public Lands in Public Hands

Washington politicians are actively trying to make it easier to sell off our federal public lands.

That might be ok for Washington D.C., where a square of grass and a tree is considered “outdoor space.” But in rural states like Montana, it’s unacceptable.

Public lands support tens of thousands of Montana jobs and pump billions of dollars into our economy. And activities on public lands like hunting, fishing, and hiking aren’t just hobbies — they’re traditions passed down from generation to generation.

We cannot stand by while Washington politicians try to allow our public lands to be sold to the highest bidder.

Help Jon Tester keep public lands in public hands.