MWA Eastern Wildlands Annual Meeting took place at Art House Cinema & Pub January 22. Two hours- long meeting was held in a pleasant and warm atmosphere. It was a very fruitful time: an election for leadership positions on the EWC board, a short award presentation to Susan Newell, a brief and brilliant lecture on how to correctly write comments in order to be heard by the authorities. Also   there   was   a   short   film   How   We See      It:      A      Story      of      Apsaalooke Landscape. ABOUT THE FILM How     We     See     It:     A Story           of           Apsaalooke Landscape This      15-minute      film was     sponsored     by     several area          organizations including          the          Eastern Wildlands    Chapter    of the        Montana        Wilderness Association              and Humanities      Montana.      This unique    film    project    is collaboratively     directed     and produced      by      Crow tribal    members    Aaron    Brien and   Darren   Pretty   On Top,      both      of      whom      are employed      at      Salish Kootenai   College.   Featured   in the    film    are    Hubert    Burdick    Dawes   Two    Leggings,    Dan    Old    Elk,    and    Beverly Charges Strong Big Man, respected Crow elders, as well as Dr. Tim McCleary. All   guests   took   part   in   the   drawing   of   door   prizes.   About   ten   people   won   t-shirts, caps and thermoses with the symbols of the organization. To    read    more    link    the official                  website: http://www.pryormountains.org
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MWA Eastern Wildlands Annual Meeting took place at Art House Cinema & Pub January 22. Two hours-long meeting was held in a pleasant and warm atmosphere. It was a very fruitful time: an election for leadership positions on the EWC board, a short award presentation to Susan Newell, a brief and brilliant lecture on how to correctly write comments in order to be heard by the authorities. Also   there   was   a   short   film   How   We See     It:     A     Story     of     Apsaalooke Landscape. ABOUT THE FILM How      We      See      It:     A      Story      of A   p   s   a   a   l   o   o   k   e     Landscape This      15-minute      film was      sponsored      by several                   area organizations   including the   Eastern   Wildlands Chapter         of         the Montana      Wilderness Association              and Humanities     Montana. This        unique        film project                         is collaboratively    directed    and    produced    by    Crow    tribal    members Aaron    Brien    and    Darren    Pretty    On    Top,    both    of    whom    are employed   at   Salish   Kootenai   College.   Featured   in   the   film   are Hubert   Burdick   Dawes   Two   Leggings,   Dan   Old   Elk,   and   Beverly Charges     Strong     Big Man,    respected    Crow elders,   as   well   as   Dr. Tim McCleary. All   guests   took   part   in the    drawing    of    door prizes.       About       ten people     won     t-shirts, caps     and     thermoses with    the    symbols    of the organization. To   read   more   link   the official               website: http://www.pryormountains.org
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  MWA Eastern Wildlands Annual Meeting in Billings