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  • Lou’s Pies at Black Cat Bake Shop
  • Pie in the Big Sky
  • Lou’s Pies at Black Cat Bake Shop
  • photo by Alex Sakariassen
  • Nov 19, 2015
  • Nancy Martin at Windmill Village Bakery
  • Pie in the Big Sky
  • Nancy Martin at Windmill Village Bakery
  • photo by Cathrine L. Walters
  • Nov 19, 2015
  • Manager Trisha Turner serves beer to patrons inside Bandit Brewing’s taproom in Darby. At 400 square feet, the tasting area is one of the smallest in Montana, though it’s become a popular spot for residents and travelers since opening in November 2014.
  • Brew coup
  • Manager Trisha Turner serves beer to patrons inside...
  • photo by Derek Brouwer
  • Nov 12, 2015
  • Manager Trisha Turner serves beer to patrons inside Bandit Brewing’s taproom in Darby. At 400 square feet, the tasting area is one of the smallest in Montana, though it’s become a popular spot for residents and travelers since opening in November 2014.
  • Brew coup
  • Manager Trisha Turner serves beer to patrons inside...
  • Photo by Derek Brouwer
  • Nov 12, 2015
  • Darby artist Michael Miller watches as the 20-foot tall wooden bull sculpture he created burns on Nov. 6 to dedicate another sculpture he created for the Darby rodeo ground. The event drew a couple hundred local residents.
  • Brew coup
  • Darby artist Michael Miller watches as the 20-foot...
  • Photo by Derek Brouwer
  • Nov 12, 2015
  • Montanans for Healthy Rivers is developing a citizens’ initiative that would protect parts of Rock Creek, as well as sections of the Blackfoot River, above.
  • Testing the waters
  • Montanans for Healthy Rivers is developing a citizens’...
  • photo by Cathrine L. Walters
  • May 28, 2015
  • A citizens’ initiative currently proposes protecting 8 miles of the Upper Swan River, above, and nearly 50 other streams. Federal land agencies have already listed many of the sections as eligible for wild and scenic designation, but nothing has happened because of lack of political pressure.
  • Testing the waters
  • A citizens’ initiative currently proposes protecting 8 miles...
  • photo courtesy of Kjell Olsen
  • May 28, 2015
  • Anglers are among the biggest proponents of wild and scenic designations, but they admit it takes some convincing. “Like everyone else, I thought it was like protecting a wilderness area,” says John Sullivan of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. “People didn’t flinch at the number of river miles—it was more about how it might affect them. But it doesn’t keep landowners from using the water.”
  • Testing the waters
  • Anglers are among the biggest proponents of wild...
  • photo by Cathrine L. Walters
  • May 28, 2015

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