Our Montana’s Mike Penfold has entered Conserve Montana’s Conservation Story Contest. Read his article Diverse Interests Unite to Protect the Yellowstone River.
Environmental Studies students at Rocky Mountain College (RMC) are working to develop a grounded understanding of the processes and people that shape the human and biogeophysical landscapes in Montana. Read more.
Our Montana’s newest historic project focuses on the early Mormon settlers of the town of Cowley, Montana. This project is expected to be completed in the fall of 2014. Read about the research here.
A well attended meeting of the regions’ like minded conservationists came together in late October, 2013, to explore the possibility of working together to create a Blue Trail on the Yellowstone River. A full report coming soon.
Indian Crossing Island, in the Yellowstone County portion of the Yellowstone River, will soon be added to the collection of islands Our Montana has claimed for public use.
The Parks Advisory Council, created to bring a strong platform of experience and sage advice for the Parks Department’s development and maintenance over the next two decades, had its first meeting this summer. Read more.