Guided Pack Trip on Jack Creek Preserve
Aug
11
Aug 13

Guided Pack Trip on Jack Creek Preserve

Guided Pack Trip on Jack Creek Preserve
August 11 - 13, 2017

Experience and explore the magic of the Jack Creek Preserve and surrounding Lee Metcalf Wilderness.  Over three days and two nights, with Fan Mountain and Lone Peak as your backdrop, you will enjoy fishing, hiking, horseback riding, photography, and gourmet backcountry cuisine.  Spanning 4,500 acres, the Jack Creek Preserve offers a pristine wilderness experience akin to Yellowstone National Park with abundant wildlife and natural landscape features. 

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WILDFLOWER HIKE WITH WHITNEY TILT
Jun
17
10:00 am10:00

WILDFLOWER HIKE WITH WHITNEY TILT

Whitney Tilt works for the Arthur Blank Family Foundation in Emigrant, Montana.  He specializes in strategic planning, evaluation, and issue management on a wide range of natural resource issues. He is a Partner in High Country Apps and develops field guides for smart phones and tablets, as well as the author of Flora of Montana’s Gallatin Region (2011) and Flora of the Yellowstone (2015).

Please email Sarah Tilt at Sarah@jackcreekpreserve.org for more information or to sign up.

 

MARVEL, MINGLE, AND MUNCH
Mar
4
10:00 am10:00

MARVEL, MINGLE, AND MUNCH

  • JACK CREEK PRESERVE

Come to Jack Creek Preserve for a morning of cross country skiing or snowshoeing; enjoy a farm to table luncheon; use foraged elements to design table arrangements; and learn about Yellowstone ecosystem from Professor Jerry Johnson.  

 

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ANTARCTICAS WEDDELL SEAL
Feb
8
5:30 pm17:30

ANTARCTICAS WEDDELL SEAL

  • Lone Mountain Ranch - Historic BK

Dr. Jay Rotella will describe insights gained from 40 years of studying earth’s southernmost mammal: Antarctica’s Weddell seal.

 

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BIG HORN SHEEP AND MOUNTAIN GOATS
Jan
12
5:30 pm17:30

BIG HORN SHEEP AND MOUNTAIN GOATS

  • LONE MOUNTAIN RANCH - HISTORIC B-K

Dr. Robert A. Garrott will describe the conservation history of mountain goats and bighorn sheep in the region and the ongoing scientific studies in the Madison Mountain range and region that are providing important ecological insights.

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