Protect Montana’s Sweet Grass Hills



In 1997, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) withdrew 19,687 acres of federal public lands from new mining claims to protect unique resources in the Sweet Grass Hills of north central Montana. That “mineral withdrawal” is set to expire unless the BLM’s proposal to extend these protections for another 20-years is granted.
The Sweet Grass Hills are central to a number of tribal creation stories, such as the Blackfeet, in which Napi, or Old Man, created the Sweet Grass Hills with rocks he carried after forming the Rocky Mountains.
TAKE ACTION: Tell BLM to protect sacred land from mining!

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