Montana Audubon works at the local, state and national policy levels to protect our natural heritage.
With the start of the 2023 Montana Legislature, the 68th is in session! This year we are back in the halls, working every day to show our support for birds, wildlife, clean air, clean water, renewable energy, and our right to a clean and healthful environment. This year is as big of a challenge as any, but we are ready!
Here is how you can help.
We will work tirelessly to bring you, our fellow advocates, the information you need to raise your voice. During the session we will maintain an active “Action Alert Network” and make sure to help you navigate all of the logistical challenges we are sure to encounter this session.
Use Montana Audubon’s 2023 Legislative Bill Table to stay current with the most recent legislative happenings. You can see where a bill is in the process, read facts about different legislative proposals, and see our position on the bill.
Since the legislature created the opportunity to testify remotely during the 2023 session, the option is here to stay! This year you can continue to take on issues at the Capitol remotely with “Have your say Montana”
To participate remotely just know there are a few things to pay attention to!
For any additional information or questions contact:
Amy Seaman at [email protected] or 406.210.9449
Peter Dudley at [email protected]