Children in kindergarten through fifth grade (and their families) are invited to attend “Frankenscience,” a FREE Halloween-inspired science event that will be held Sunday, October 26, at Montana State University.
Big Sky Resort is encouraging students to strive for academic improvement while experiencing the benefits of outdoor recreation through their M-BAR-T Program and participation in Bozeman High School’s Project Excel Program.
The kids are back in school, which means the good folks at Thrive are once again looking for CAP (Child Advancement Project) mentors to help guide students in the Bozeman Public Schools grades K-12. Can you spare just one hour a week to help brighten our community's future?
Montana State University and other higher education institutions in the state have earned Montana recognition for being the state with the best overall colleges in the U.S., according to a ranking system developed by the research group FindTheBest.
Montana State University Extension is currently offering a sale on its book “Range Plants of Montana.” The book acts as a color guide to identifying rangeland plants, and is designed to be a useful reference for ranchers, land management personnel, students and nature enthusiasts.
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