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THE TOP TEN REASONS TO JOIN AND CONTRIBUTE TO PLWA


THE TOP TEN REASONS TO JOIN AND CONTRIBUTE TO PLWA

#1 YOU WILL FEEL GOOD ABOUT IT IN DIRECT RELATION TO THE AMOUNT YOU CONTRIBUTE

#2 YOU WILL BE “GIVING BACK” FOR ALL THE GREAT OUTDOOR WAY OF LIFE YOU HAVE ENJOYED

#3 YOU WILL BE PART OF AN IMPORTANT AND POWERFUL GRASS ROOTS ORGANIZATION

#4 YOU CAN SHOW APPRECIATION FOR RECREATIONAL ACCESS ON STATE LANDS

#5 YOU CAN SHOW APPRECIATION FOR STREAM ACCESS

#6 YOU CAN SHOW APPRECIATION FOR BRIDGE ACCESS

#7 YOU CAN JUST SAY NO TO “ROLEX RANCHERS” BLOCKING ROADS

#8 YOU CAN HELP PAY THE LEGAL BILLS FOR ACCESS LITIGATION

#9 YOU WILL GET A FEDERAL AND STATE TAX DEDUCTION

#10 YOU CAN MAKE UP TO 7 ˝ % INTEREST ON A GIFT ANNUITY


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Ruby River Stream Access Victory
( 07/01/2016 )   7/1/2016PLWA, once again, has been victorious in the battle for the public's stream access on the Ruby River, from the Seyler Lane Bridge, likely the original stagecoach route from Salt Lake City, north to Virginia City and Helena.It has been over a decade that PLWA (formerly known as PLAAI) has been involved in a lawsuit over public access to the Ruby River from Seyler Lane and the Seyler Bridge, a public prescriptive easement right-of-way in Madison County.

"Dark Money" Brought to Light
( 07/01/2016 )   The June-July, Newscasts section of Fly Fisherman reported on the recent investigation by Montana's Commissioner of Political Practices, Jonathan Motl, into a dark money campaign that could overturn Montana's Stream Access.Fly Fisherman recounted the Montana Growth Network's campaign contributions to District Judge Laurie McKinnon's run for our Montana Supreme Court.

public land issues

Seyler Lane Update
9/24/2015Seyler Bridge Easement - More Than Just RecreationUpdate - Kennedys attorney requested a postponement of the September 21 hearing.

Tenderfoot - Four Years and Counting
9/24/2015Tenderfoot Creek is a tributary of the Smith River, joining the Smith a mile or so north of Camp Baker.


    18 more public land issues



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