Who We are
We are a community group in western Montana organizing families to advocate for their future in the face of climate change.
Take action. create hope.
We’re responding to the urgency of the climate crisis, and to the despair and overwhelm that many families are feeling. We believe when families take action, they will feel more hopeful.
We're champion concrete actions that will make a difference, and help build a movement.
We started in western Montana when mother/poet/farmer, Winona Bateman, gathered a group of friends to discuss how to engage more Montana families with taking action on the climate crisis.
We envision a world where advocating for a livable climate is a necessary part of every family’s daily routine—part of their plan for the future.
We envision a world where all citizens can count on a healthy climate, strong economy and communities, and a thriving planet.
Platform for Action
I. We empower Montanans to advocate for a livable climate, and a healthy future for their families.
We facilitate climate conversations for families, schools, and community groups.
We help families include climate change in their daily conversations and future planning.
We connect families to actions, events, and entities that engage them, and help make a difference for Montana.
II. We help Montana families connect, network, and build power to help solve the climate crisis
We create gatherings and events where families can feel connected to each other and to the movement.
III. We rally around public officials committed to solving the climate crisis, and we challenge those who are not.
We offer voter education on issues that will impact the future of Montana families.
IV. We work tirelessly with local energy providers, particularly Northwestern Energy, to transition to 100% clean electricity by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2050.