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Butte sees media industry boost

Butte is a central location in Montana. It has an urban environment, including buildings from several centuries. It’s close to mountains, lakes and rivers — and it’s affordable.

Zooniverse – You can help study Montana’s wildlife from your living room.

Zooniverse gives people of all ages and backgrounds the chance to participate in real research with over 50 active online citizen science projects.

Yellowstone National Park expected to feel impacts of coronavirus

According to Yellowstone’s most recent Visitor Use Survey, about a quarter of all foreign visitors coming to the park are from China.

Montana Tourism Award Nomination Deadline Extended to 3/1

These awards recognize outstanding accomplishments of the people, businesses, organizations and communities that strengthen Montana’s tourism and recreation industries. Nominations are now open until March 1, 2020

Montana Treasure: the challenges and community of Hyalite’s ice climbing

“I think there’s a lot of activities that we can do in life, some of them are fulfilling, some of them we just do because we have to,” amateur ice climber Cameron Hygate says. “But I think ice climbing, even though it’s very cold… it lights my soul on fire.”

Things everyone from Missoula should know

There are certain things that every person from Missoula should know and be able to explain to visitors or new residents.

Voices of Montana Tourism serves as a united voice for Montana’s tourism stakeholders.

Tourism supports 59,330 local jobs in Montana

Anaconda, Montana is repairing, rebuilding, renovating to attract new business

“Just look where we’re located. It’s phenomenal!”

Hunting is ‘slowly dying off,’ and that has created a crisis for the nation’s many endangered species

“That’s what keeps me up at night,” Robert Miller, director of the Governor’s Advisory Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation, said of the inadequacies of the user-pay, user-play model that has funded conservation for decades.

States Invest in the Outdoor Recreation by Opening Offices Dedicated to the Sector’s Growth

“Outdoor recreation represents over 5 percent of our economy and $70 billion in annual consumer spending in Montana, and creates more than 71,000 jobs.” Rachel VandeVoort, director of the Montana Office of Outdoor Recreation