Louise Bruce discusses the history of the Montana Wilderness Association [MWA] starting in 1979. She describes the Association’s founding members, the campaign to save the Lincoln backcountry area in Montana, and various coalitions with which the MWA partnered. Bruce also recalls her reasons for becoming involved with the Association and the internship she completed in Helena, Montana.
Lincoln backcountry, Montana; Wilderness areas, United States, Wilderness areas, Montana; Montana Wilderness Association [MWA]; Environmental education; Environmental issues
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1 sound cassette (01:00:00 min.) analog + 1 transcript (10 p.: 28 cm.)
Bruce, Louise, "Louise Bruce Interview, December 1994" (1994). Forestry, Land Use, and Conservation Interviews Oral History Collection. 10.