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The story of four Montana ghost towns

…its remaining buildings make it one of the best-preserved ghost town in all of Montana.

Fly fishermen socially isolate and flock to Montana rivers

“It’s a beautiful day, so I decided to come out and see how the fishing was going,” said Jared Arnold, a local guide from Bozeman.

Montana tourism industry bracing for losses, planning for post-pandemic

“We’re the second largest industry in the state of Montana, and when it comes to a screeching halt like this, there isn’t a single community or business that isn’t going to feel this to some extent.”

Digging through time – Montana’s Dinosaur Riches

Museum of the Rockies’ paleontology legacy evolves with Triceratops expert John Scannella

Historical Society launches Historic Montana website

Historicmt.org is a collection of photographs, maps, and nearly 1,800 colorful essays introducing the buildings, neighborhoods and cultural sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Bozeman beckons winter adventurers to Montana for a college-meets-ski-town getaway

Above all, Bozeman is a mountain town with snowcapped peaks framing a lively Main Street.

Bitterroot Forest starts development of forest-wide climbing plan

Rangers from across the country have contacted me to let them know they were watching. They want to see what comes out of this.”

I spent 3 days in Bozeman, Montana, aka ‘Boz Angeles.’ Here’s what surprised me most about one of the fastest-growing cities in the US.

Spending three days there, I saw a bustling Main Street filled with trendy cafés and restaurants, and locals who enjoy easy access to hiking, biking, fly-fishing, and skiing.

Preparing for a visit to Montana’s American Prairie Reserve

As you begin planning your spring and summer recreation excursions, American Prairie Reserve invites you to add Montana’s prairie grasslands to your family’s bucket list.

Department of Commerce Announces 5 New Montana Main Street Communities

The Montana Main Street Program is part of a network of communities across the country that are committed to building stronger communities through preservation-based economic development.