People concerned about global warming and the environment would never throw away aluminum cans, but they will casually toss watermelon rinds and left-over food into the trash and send it to the landfill.
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Growing up watching her mother Sheila make cowboy hats, Ericka Kirkpatrick certainly learned a lot about the unique trade. She’d help with all the aspects of the trade, but she was sure it wasn’t something she’d take on as her own career.
The Big Sky State Games 2021 Osborne Volunteers of the Year are Kyle Schlichenmayer, Roz Robinson, Melody Bilden, and Dave Omen. The award is named after Tom Osborne and his family; Tom was the Big Sky State Games founder and Executive Director from 1986-1996.
As the summer is coming to an end, the Big Sky School District School Board has decided that the school will start off the year as they ended, requiring masks for all students and staff members indoors.
As part of their net carbon neutral goal, Big Sky Resort now gives their guests the opportunity to help one of the most innovative green companies do its work: collecting and destroying millions of tons of the most powerful greenhouse gases in the world.
Montana health care providers can now offer third doses of the Pfizer or Moderna Covid-19 vaccines to certain immunocompromised individuals following new recently announced federal recommendations.
The Big Sky Artists Collective is hosting the fourth annual “Art for Everyone” art show September 4 - 5 at the Wilson Hotel at in Big Sky.
Join the Arts council of Big Sky for Baroque in the Barn, an intimate concert featuring musicians from Baroque Music Montana, performing in an exciting Big Sky venue called the Happy Trails Mountain House. The performance will take place on Tuesday, August 24, and will start at 6:30 p.m.
If you’re grateful for the beauty and solitude easily found in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, thank the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and the agency’s summer volunteers. That the forest is remote yet easily reachable is due to carefully maintained roads and readable signs.
Big Sky Broadway is the place to be this August 20th and 21st, when Big Sky’s first and only children’s theater company, now in its 11th year, presents Disney’s Descendants.