Author

Bill Schneider

Bill Schneider

COMMENTARY

The grand solution to saving wilderness areas in Montana, while promoting different uses

By: - July 19, 2022

Author’s Note: I’ve been working in various ways to protect Montana’s last roadless land for more than 50 years and have written extensively about all aspects of the wilderness issue. In this three-part commentary (yes, it’s only my opinion), I propose a framework for our best chance to finally resolve this seemingly endless controversy. This […]

COMMENTARY

Restoring natural alliances to save wilderness in Montana

By: - July 18, 2022

Author’s Note: I’ve been working in various ways to protect Montana’s last roadless land for more than 50 years and have written extensively about all aspects of the wilderness issue. In this three-part commentary (yes, it’s only my opinion), I propose a framework for our best chance to finally resolve this seemingly endless controversy. This […]

COMMENTARY

Getting out of the political rut to solve the wilderness problem

By: - July 17, 2022

Author’s Note: I’ve been working in various ways to protect Montana’s last roadless land for more than 50 years and have written extensively about all aspects of the wilderness issue. In this three-part commentary (yes, it’s only my opinion), I propose a framework for our best chance to finally resolve this seemingly endless controversy. This […]

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Are conservation purists really the problem?

By: - April 9, 2022

Concerning Jeff Reed’s recent damnation of those of us who want to protect our last roadless lands, I must ask: Who is the real problem? Is it those Montanans who want to protect of our last wild heritage or the collaborators poised to give up half of it to claim a faux victory? For more […]