The Carbon Conservation District, along with the local and state Montana Range Days planning committee, is hosting the annual Montana Range Days event at the Fairgrounds in Red Lodge, Mont., June 18-20, 2018.
Montana Range Days began in 1976 in Jordan, Mont., and has continued throughout the years to provide an educational format to youth ages 4-19, as well as adults of all ages, to have an on-the-ground, hands-on learning experience. Rangeland professionals and landowners alike learn new and innovative ways of managing natural resources in Montana. Rangeland is the largest of those natural resources with rangelands, grazable pasture and forestlands covering 70 percent of the state.
“We are ready for our second year as host of Montana Range Days. It is a great opportunity to educate folks about Montana’s largest natural resource, rangelands. It also provides us a chance to showcase the Red Lodge area,” said Scott Blain, chairman for the local planning committee.
Estimating an average of 300 participants each year, this event has reached more than 10,000 people. The value of the increased knowledge and awareness of rangelands in Montana cannot be overstated, Blain said. “Montana Range Days is the premier rangeland educational event in Montana. Montana Range Days plays a critical role in educating, training, and inspiring future natural resource managers,” said Blain.
Registration is available online at http://www.montanarangedays.org through June 9. After June 9, registration will be on site, at the fairgrounds, in Red Lodge, Mont. Registration for individuals costs $50.00 before June 9 and $60.00 after June 9. For families (up to 4 members), the cost is $100.00 before June 9 and $125.00 after June 9.
If you have any questions or require special accommodations, please contact Darlene Schwend at (406) 962-3641 ext.105 or email at email@example.com.