First Peoples Buffalo Jump

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FIRST PEOPLES BUFFALO JUMP, Southwest of Great Falls, MT ~ Diana Lynn The Interpretive Center wasn’t open @ 8 a.m., I just drove on and found signs for the higher access to the Buffalo Jump off the rocks, over the ledge ~THE Buffalo ran and their legs, necks, backs were broken in many places and […]

25th Anniversary of the Living History Farm!

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  LIVING HISTORY FA It’s the 25th Anniversary of the Living History Farm! Saturday, May 24–Monday, September 1 Open 9am–5pm Daily Tuesday, September 2–Sunday, September 21 Open 9am–5pm, Monday–Saturday Open Noon–5pm, Sunday It was 25 years ago that the Tinsley House was relocated to Museum of the Rockies and the history of Montana’s homesteading era […]

National Commission on Voting Rights Hearing – May 1

National Commission on Voting Rights Hearing – Rapid City, SD Commissioners will hear from voters, community leaders, advocates and elections officials regarding challenges, successes and opportunities for reform in all aspects of voting in Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota WASHINGTON, D.C., April 25, 2014 – The National Commission on Voting Rights (NCVR), is holding […]

Land to Table: Bison

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    Brought to America by Ted Turner, Turner Ranches, & Ted’s Montana Grill An Exclusive Excerpt from Last Stand (Lyons Press) by Todd Wilkinson When Ted Turner reached the half-century mark in 1988, he owned CNN and TBS, professional baseball and basketball teams, the MGM film library, a handful of properties in the Southeast, and an […]

Closing on the Ultimate Ranch Takes Bates Land Consortium

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  by Jame Moore   Real estate dealings are complex no matter what the size of the property may be. However, when it comes to the large deal there is no company better suited for the job than Bates Land Consortium.   The ultimate closing on the ultimate property; when this is the plan, Patrick […]

Fins and Feathers Fishing Report: Gallatin River – Sat, Oct 19th

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    Gallatin River – Sat, Oct 19th The Gallatin is still fishing good. Nymphing with rubberlegs and small beadhead droppers has been great.  Rubberlegs so hot right now. Rubberlegs. Some Baetis and Midges have been out on overcast days, and the streamer bite has been pretty good down here in the valley.  Worm and […]

Fishing Report Lower Madison – Fri, Oct 4th

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  Clarity has improved some but fishing was still tough yesterday. Fishing should pick up again as the river clears. Worms, crayfish streamers and baetis nymphs are still taking a few fish. Posted by Charlie on Oct 4, 2013 | Lower Madison Fly Recommendations Micro Mayfly – Olive Sculpzilla – White Bubble Back BWO Hi Vis […]

Fay Ranches: Leaders in Conservation Easements

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     by Jade Severson Conserving land and water is not all when it comes to the benefits that this world receives when speaking about conservation easements. In fact, through this process, a way of life is preserved – for the land, the wildlife, and for the next generation to be able to enjoy the […]