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 [...]

Fall In Love With Your Yard

By Hope Good Ready to spruce up your yard? A lot of thought and preparation is needed for the finished result to have the desired effect. Some considerations include space available, cost, and [...]

Boosting Your Home’s Value

By Hayley Young Home projects both large and small have the potential to increase your home’s value and add comfort at the same time. Even some of the smallest changes can have quite the impact. [...]

The Finest Grain Starts Here

The Montana Wheat & Barley Committee It has been said that Montana has some of the best Wheat and Barley across the country, and most Montanans would agree to that statement without needing [...]

Family Farming

By Stacy Bronec, photos by LeRita McKeever “You think you know what it will be like, but you never know what’s in store for you,” says LeRita McKeever, recalling the early years of marrying a [...]

Elbow Room

By Lochiel Edwards, Montana Grain Growers Association When Montanans travel beyond its borders, they might occasionally mention where they’re from. Invariably a listener will respond that they [...]

Garden-Variety Task Force

It’s a war out there. Every day, the enemy steps foot on your soil, armed to the teeth to take what’s yours. No matter how many plants it kills, no matter how many fruits and vegetables it [...]