Update 4:15 p.m. For the second year running, the historic Lake McDonald Lodge will close for the season early because of a fire burning in Glacier National Park. The Howe Ridge Fire continues to burn more than 3,500 acres on the northwest side of Lake McDonald.
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- Montana Wildfire Roundup For August 17, 2018
- Air Quality Update For Western Montana, August 17, 2018
- Yellowstone To Chemically Treat Gibbon River To Remove Non-native Fish
- Hungry Lion Logging Project Moves Forward
The energetic and thrilling sounds of American composer Leonard Bernstein have influenced much of our listening experience and music-making today. Join MTPR August 20-26 as we commemorate the 100th birthday of the composer, conductor, performer, educator, and humanitarian. Bernstein 100 Week schedule on Montana Public Radio:
Arts & Music
From mountain streams in the west to rolling prairies in the east, Montana’s habitats and natural resources offer an abundance of culinary possibilities. The mountains provide the necessities for a delightful elk tenderloin with huckleberry demi-glace, while the prairie contributes to rattlesnake cakes with roasted red pepper remoulade. And gardens and farms statewide produce the makings of Aunt Lois O’Toole’s rhubarb strawberry pie. Chef Barrie Boulds and author Jean Petersen present locally sourced epicurean dishes that exude Montanan charm.