Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (who still can’t figure out how to wear a cowboy hat properly) is quickly becoming Public Lands Enemy #1: With a few weeks left in the national monuments review, it’s clear that Zinke is simply playing games with America’s public lands. As he decides the fate of our outdoor heritage that belongs to future generations, it’s important to let him know that an attack on one monument is an attack on all.
Join Montanans for public land rallies in support of our national monuments in Missoula and Billings on Thursday, August 17th. Lunch will be provided.
Billings Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/503945569949939
Thursday, August 17th 12-1pm at Bureau of Land Management(BLM) – Montana/Dakotas at 5001 Southgate Dr.
Missoula Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/845076025659205
Thursday, August 17th 12-1pm at Missoula Fish, Wildlife and Parks Office at 200 E. Broadway
As Don stated yesterday:
Zinke’s review of national monuments has drawn criticism from all over the country and last week, Montana’s Backcountry Hunters & Anglers dropped what is almost certainly the largest ad buy targeting a Cabinet member in Montana, spending $1.4 million to ask “What Happened to Ryan Zinke?”
Watch the ad here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMay5BVBPEE