Paleo Artist Jenn Hall

Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? They’re stunning in size, they’re impressive in structure, and they’re altogether mysterious. Even after two hundred years of excavation and study, man has hardly [...]

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 Montana Dinosaur Trail

we forget how blessed we are in Montana. Not every state has its own Glacier or Yellowstone. Few states can compete with the abundance of wildlife here or rival our picturesque scenery. Marvelous [...]

Water Wonders in Valley County

Montana’s river system is one of the state’s greatest resources. Its waters irrigate crops and support livestock, and provide sustenance for man and wildlife alike. These rivers are places of [...]

Speaking Up for St. Mary’s

By Brad Reynolds Without the St. Mary’s Canal, the Milk River would run dry six of every ten years. Without the St. Mary’s Canal, over 140,000 acres could see up to a ninety percent decrease in [...]

The Seeds of a Better Tomorrow

By Brad Reynolds​​​ Agriculture is pivotal to life in Montana. Without agriculture there is no food. Without agriculture there is no you. Not all of us are in agriculture, of course. But we are [...]

Hope Springs Eternal

By Stacy Bronec This winter has been mild by Montana standards (not counting the week of subzero weather in February), but even so, there’s a noticeable change in the air. That, coupled with the [...]

Group Effort

Submitted by Montana Grain Growers Association Montana’s prairies bloom with life and activity, as spring and summer force winter into retirement. The birds, which retreated to warmer climes in [...]

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