Browning High School students are seen taking lunch on the hilltop looking at the site of the last contested oil lease, clear strip in trees seen in center of photo, in the sacred Badger-Two Medicine region.

Last week Browning High School (BHS) students joined the Glacier-Two Medicine Alliance (GTMA) on a hike to the last contested oil and gas lease in the sacred Badger-Two Medicine region. Browning High School librarian Amy Andreas helped organize the hike to make visiting the Badger and learning about local conservation efforts more accessible for students.

“Simply being out on the land and connecting with a place positively impacts their physical and mental health and well being,” Andreas said. “We are also trying to make it easy for them to get involved with conservation professionals and realize that this is still their land, and they have an important voice in deciding what happens to it.”

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