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KEEP ELK PUBLIC! The United Property Owners of Montana (UPOM) - a group representing wealthy, out-of-state interests and some resident landowners - filed suit in May 2022 against the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the Fish and Wildlife Commission to try to dismantle public elk hunting opportunities throughout the Big Sky State. DONATE TODAY to help maintain the voice of public hunters in decisions on elk management and prevent the privatization of elk hunting in Montana.

About


Established in 1973, the Montana Bowhunters Association was established as a nonprofit organization by and for Montana’s bowhunters. Its sole purpose remains the same today as it was then: To unite the state’s bowhunting sportsmen to work towards a common goal of preserving and promoting the sport of bowhunting in Montana.

In addition to preserving and promoting bowhunting, some of the MBA’s major goals are:

  • promoting ethical bowhunting through education
  • improving landowner – bowhunter relationships
  • providing a voice in management of Montana’s big game and an opportunity to assist in the preservation of wildlife habitat