Montana Paleontology Top Ten

Montana is at the epicenter of numerous paleontological discoveries. As you explore the Treasure State, keep your eyes peeled for exhibits and displays related to this “Montana Paleontology Top [...]

The Inconvenience Store

By Tim Lee When you drive through the Little Belt Mountains in Central Montana, you are greeted by small communities that would seem insignificant to any passer-by. But for those who take the [...]

Into the Little Belts

By Tim Lee Attempting to explain the beauty of Montana is simply an impossibility. No word, text, or picture could ever give the feeling of seeing this beautiful state in person. Undiscovered [...]

Historic Helena

Last Chance Train Tour In 1864, four prospectors struck the second biggest placer gold deposit in Montana, producing some $19 million worth of gold in just four years. In no time, Last Chance [...]

The Bair Opens Memorial Day Weekend

When Charlie Bair arrived in Montana in 1883, he had been preceded by over 100 years of history that had irrevocably shaped the West he would settle in. Like many before him he came seeking gold, [...]

Welcome to the Birthplace of Montana

Fort Benton carries with it all the history and charm that you’d expect from Montana’s birthplace. Established in 1864, an American Fur Company trading post at first, it became the hub for trade [...]

Black & White Farms

By Amy Pearson During the pandemic days, Samantha Pollington was running a Montessori school in Missoula when she realized she was spending all her free time in the garden. “We wanted to do what [...]


By Amy Pearson Charley Overbay says his ten-year-old son Davy had a rough first go at farming when the grasshoppers destroyed his squash two summers ago. They are hopeful that the cold, wet [...]