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Andy Warhol’s “Two Multicolor Marilyns” (Reversal Series), 1979-1986, Synthetic polymer and silkscreen ink on canvas. Courtesy: Private Collection.
Andy Warhol’s “Two Multicolor Marilyns” (Reversal Series), 1979-1986, Synthetic polymer and silkscreen ink on canvas. Courtesy: Private Collection.
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Contemporary Art by Andy Warhol, Yayoi Kusama on Display at UM

 MISSOULA “Two Multicolored Marilyns,” a late painting by renowned pop-artist Andy Warhol, is on public display at the University of Montana from July 22 to Dec...

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Wolf lichen (Letharia vulpine), a lichen species studied by a team of University of Montana researchers, show that some of the world’s most common lichen species actually are composed of three partners, not the widely recognized two. (Photo by Tim Wheeler, timwheelerphotography.com.)
Wolf lichen (Letharia vulpine), a lichen species studied by a team of University of Montana researchers, show that some of the world’s most common lichen species actually are composed of three partners, not the widely recognized two. (Photo by Tim Wheeler, timwheelerphotography.com.)
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University of Montana Research Unveils New Player in Lichen Symbiosis

            MISSOULA – Dating back nearly 150 years, a classic example of symbiosis has been the lichen: a mutually helpful relationship between an alga and a fungus...

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Two Medicine ( NPS Photo George Grant, 1932)
Two Medicine ( NPS Photo George Grant, 1932)
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Glacier Presents Program about George Grant, the First Chief Photographer of the National Park Service

Public Invited to Free Brown-Bag Luncheon Presentation
 
WEST GLACIER, MONT – The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center at Glacier National Park is hosting a brown bag luncheon presentation by Ren and Helen Davis, co-authors of Landscapes for the People: George Alexander Grant, First Chief Photographer of the National Park Service, on Friday July 22 from 12 p...

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An air tanker drops retardant on the Elk Creek fire, northeast of Lincoln. 7-5-16 (DNRC Photo)
An air tanker drops retardant on the Elk Creek fire, northeast of Lincoln. 7-5-16 (DNRC Photo)
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Elk Creek Fire Update 7-5-16 5:00pm

The Lincoln Fire Department and DNRC personnel are battling a 10-acre fire that has burned an estimated 10 acres northeast of Lincoln. Several cabins were evacuated Monday afternoon in the Elk Train area, but the evacuation order was lifted late this morning...

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The Native America Speaks program provides park visitors the opportunity to hear from members of the Blackfeet, Salish, Kootenai, and Pend d’Oreille Tribes as they share their knowledge of the language, history, and culture of Native America with park visitors throughout the summer. (Photo: NPS-Conner Welles)
The Native America Speaks program provides park visitors the opportunity to hear from members of the Blackfeet, Salish, Kootenai, and Pend d’Oreille Tribes as they share their knowledge of the language, history, and culture of Native America with park visitors throughout the summer. (Photo: NPS-Conner Welles)
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Glacier National Park Announces 2016 Native America Speaks Program Schedule

Opportunities to learn about Native American language, history, and culture
 
WEST GLACIER, MONT – Glacier National Park is pleased to announce the Native America Speaks schedule for the 2016 season...

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