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May 1, 2024 11:52 AM

A Driver's Guide to Montana's Working Lands

May-June 2024

Introduction and Background 

Crops Combining soil, seed, and water to make food

Hay Cutting, curing, and baling plants for livestock feed

Indian Reservations Understanding autonomous nations within Montana's borders

Livestock Raising cattle, sheep, and other domestic animals for meat and other uses

Logging Converting trees into wood products 

Ground transportation Moving goods and people throughout Montana

Energy Making the electricity needed to run almost everything

Semi-rural housing Reviewing the pros and cons of increased home development

Working lands wildlife Recognizing how altered landscapes can both harm and help wildlife

Afterword

 

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