WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced Montana’s Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument is no longer under review and that he will recommend to the President that no modifications be made to the monument
Motorized watercraft will be permitted to launch following a 30-day quarantine
WEST GLACIER, MT – Starting on August 3, Glacier National Park will begin scheduling motorized watercraft inspections and sealing for those boaters wishing to launch on Lake McDonald after a 30-day quarantine period...
Scientists and historians share latest project results with public at annual event
WEST GLACIER, MT. – Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park will host the 14th annual Waterton-Glacier Science and History Day on Tuesday, July 25th, from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm at the West Glacier Community Building in Glacier National Park...
Public invited to participate in butterfly count and to learn about butterflies
WEST GLACIER, MT. – The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center (CCRLC) is pleased to announce its inaugural Waterton-Glacier Butterfly BioBlitz July 10th and 11th at Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks...
MISSOULA – The elusive American pine marten, a little-studied member of the weasel family, might be more diverse than originally thought, according to new research published by a University of Montana professor...
2017 Division Winners Awarded Top Prizes Division Number Winner
2 Amara Bodkins with blue quilt
3 Annie Townsend with wool jacket & tweed pants
4 Bellamy Beadle with all food projects
6 Kwin Briscoe with bubbles photo
8 Matthew Haas with Scratch computer program
10 Luke Ostberg with shooting sports notebook
11 Nicholas Konen with pickup project
12 Watson Snyder with upholstered stool
Chuck Willekes with jewelry box
15 Caroline Roeder with wool analysis
Division 2-Sewing & Textiles Class Winner
1 Kamber Bender with applique wall hanging
Myles Allen with pajamas
Saber Allen with pajamas
Kyona Yeager with quillow
2 Shea Ostberg with wool dress
Presley Holmquist with lined dress
3 Annie Townsend with wool coat and tweed pants
Division 3-Quilting, Crochet, Knitting & Embroidery Class Winner
1 Amara Bodkins with blue quilt
Jersey Somerfeld with log cabin quilt
2 Janessa Willekes with t-shirt quilt
Elyssa Willekes with t-shirt quilt
13 Katie Major with crocheted blanket
Division 4-Food & Nutrition Class Winner
1 Ayden DeBruycker with pizza dip
2 Taylor Asselstine with coconut bars
3 Jersey Somerfeld with biscuits
5 Bellamy Beadle with fortune cookies
6 Kyona Yeager with apple pie
7 Waverly Konen with brownies
10 Madeline Konen with peach salsa
12 Maggie Toeckes with dinner rolls
Special Foods Awards
Florence Weist Memorial Baking Award-Hannah Konen with raspberry strudel
Specialty Bread Award sponsored by Maryetta Hodgskiss- Caroline Roeder with herb bread Division 5-Arts & Creative Class Winner
1 Kamber Bender with pencil sketch
3 Bellamy Beadle with acrylic painting
Maggie Toeckes with acrylic painting
5 Cassidy DeBruycker with acrylic portrait
Sterling Stott with hosiery and wire sculpture
Division 6-Photography Class Winner
1 Kwin Briscoe with bubbles photo
2 Michaela Gunderson with bumble bee photo
Watson Snyder with sheep photo
5 Daniel Asselstine with jack-o’-lantern photo
6 Luke Ostberg with White House photo
Daniel Asselstine with video
Division 7-Leathercraft Class Winner
5 Nicholas Konen with leather belt Division 8-Communications, Cowboy Poetry, Theater Arts, Citizenship, Service Learning, Leadership Class Winner
12 Caroline Roeder with leadership notebook
13 Matthew Haas with Scratch computer program
Division 10-Wildlife, Veterinary Science, Entomology, Shooting Sports, Sport Fishing, Outdoor Adventures, Wind Energy Class Winner
10 Luke Ostberg with shooting sports notebook
17 Amara Bodkins with cow parts poster
Division 11-Power Equipment/Small Engines, Aerospace, Bicycle, Electricity, Robotics Class Winner
1 Watson Snyder with bale spear
13 Nick Miller with dog bot robotics projects
18 Nolan Forseth with holiday welded projects
Sadie Grove with pistol holder
20 Nicholas Konen with pickup project Division 12-Woodworking Class Winner
2 Watson Snyder with upholstered stool
5 Chuck Willekes with jewelry box Division 13-Home Environment, Child Development, Self-determined, Leadership, Exchange, Schoolwork, Babysitting, Club Exhibits, Scrapbooks & Record Books Class Winner
14 Shane Donnelly with Titanic history project
Sterling Stott with metal towel holder
Division 14-Pocket Pets, Small Animals, Horse, Horseless Horse, Beef, Swine and Lamb Breeding Class Winner
11 Cyler Yeager with pig poster
Horse Interview McCoy Banner Division 15-Market beef, swine, sheep and goat options Class Winner
1 Nolan Forseth with beef project book
2 Luke Ostberg with swine project book
3 Lila Bradley with lamb project book
Style Show Senior Refashioned Clothing Grand-Delaynie Beadle with refashioned prom dress Senior Clothing Grand-Hannah Konen with dress Junior Clothing Grand-Presley Holmquist with black wool dress Junior Quilt Grand-Amara Bodkins with blue quilt Livestock Awards Herdsman Awards Lamb-Katie Major Beef-Carson Crary & Audrey Hutton Swine-Luke Ostberg
George Hodgskiss Memorial Belt Buckle Watson Snyder Weatherbeater Awards Horse Junior Showmanship Grand-Abby McCollom Reserve-Adelena Long Pre-junior Showmanship Grand-Katy Morris Reserve-Kyona Yeager Beef Beef Senior Showmanship Grand-Kylee Ruckman Reserve-Claire Ruckman
MISSOULA – Slow-growing ponderosa pines may have a better chance of surviving mountain pine beetle outbreaks in western Montana as climate change increases the frequency of drought and insect pests, according to new research published by a team of University of Montana scientists.
WEST GLACIER, MT. – The public is invited to a presentation about Glacier National Park’s Citizen Science Program on Monday, June 26 from 7 to 8 pm at the Kalispell ImagineIF Library located at 247 1st Ave E, to learn about the animals, the park, and a new huckleberry geocaching survey game that assists the U...
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