Fighting For Common Ground

Our world is changing. And it is changing fast. But this is nothing new. Throughout history we can see pivotal moments in time - decisions made that secured or forever lost a great treasure.

We are currently fighting battles on all fronts - fighting for human rights, for preservation and quality of life, to protect our wildlife and our open spaces...

Where do we even start? The key is in the starting. The doing of SOMETHING.

Does it even matter? Of course it does.

There is so much at stake.

When it comes to public lands, there is so much that could be lost and never gotten back. For those of us who love the outdoors - the openness, the peaceful solitude, the invigorating freedom - public lands are OUR lands.

But we risk losing them. There are currently critical decisions being made regarding these open spaces. Public lands are being sold and transferred to private parties for private interests.

Access will be lost. Preservation will be discarded. OUR lands - their openness, their beauty, their wild hearts that speak to something deep inside of us - will all be erased.

We have chosen to do something about what we care about.

We have joined with as they embark on a 250 mile journey from Bozeman to Red Lodge crossing the largest intact ecosystem in the lower 48. We will be serving as the official medical team in the weeks leading up to and during their epic journey.


As shared on their website:

Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul.

-Edward Abby