Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

Pioneering Conservationists Honored Through Montana's Outdoor Hall Of Fame

Brian Kahn talks with Becky Garland, Gerry Jennings, and Jim Posewitz, who have helped launch Montana's Outdoor Hall of Fame. From Tom Kuglin's 11/30/14 article in the Helena Independent Record, the inaugural class of honorees includes:

"...early wildlife advocate Granville Stuart; President Theodore Roosevelt; artist Charles M. Russell; Sen. Lee Metcalf; citizen advocate Don Aldrich; U.S. Forest Service trailblazer Bud Moore; tribal wilderness advocate Thurman Trosper;  citizen advocate Doris Milner; Scapegoat Wilderness advocate Cecil Garland; longtime wilderness volunteer Gerry Jennings; fisheries biologist and former Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation associate and deputy director Ron Marcoux; and citizen advocate Chris Marchion."

(Broadcast: "Home Ground Radio," 2/15/15. Listen weekly on the radio, Sundays at  11:10 a.m., or via podcast.)

Beth Anne Austein has been spinning tunes on the air (The Folk Show, Dancing With Tradition, Freeforms), as well as recording, editing and mixing audio for Montana Public Radio and Montana PBS, since the Clinton Administration. She’s jockeyed faders or "fixed it in post” for The Plant Detective; Listeners Bookstall; Fieldnotes; Musicians Spotlight; The Write Question; Storycorps; Selected Shorts; Bill Raoul’s music series; orchestral and chamber concerts; lecture series; news interviews; and outside producers’ programs about topics ranging from philosophy to ticks.
Become a sustaining member for as low as $5/month
Make an annual or one-time donation to support MTPR
Pay an existing pledge or update your payment information
Related Content