Northern Plains Annual Meeting showcases economic opportunities in clean energy, soil health

  Northern Plains Annual Meeting showcases economic opportunities in clean energy, soil health The Northern Plains Resource Council hosted energy and agricultural experts last weekend at its 46th annual meeting. Attendees converged on Billings from across the state. Keynote speaker Tyson Slocum – director of the energy program at Public Citizen – gave a broad overview […]

Upper Ousel Falls Trail

Ousel Falls is a very inspiring morning hike. This hike is a very easy walk, one the whole family can do in comfort. Pack breakfast or a do a picnic lunch. The east fork of the Gallatin is also a great place to catch west slope Cutthroat as well. The trail is 1.7 miles round […]

Mule Deer Fawn on the Run

          Original Source: Trekin Gear.com

First Peoples Buffalo Jump

FIRST PEOPLES BUFFALO JUMP, Southwest of Great Falls, MT   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 the People […]

Land to Table: Bison

    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 […]

Fishing Report Lower Madison – Fri, Oct 4th

  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 […]

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