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Celebrate 10 Years With Us!

Twenty years ago, a dedicated group of local educators, led by Norm Schoenthal, decided that Billings needed a year-round conservation education center. The Yellowstone River Parks Association had recently acquired what was once a gravel mine along the Yellowstone River corridor, and restoration work on the site had begun. Montana Audubon joined in the efforts in 2005, and in 2009 the Field Lab construction was complete. Since that time, the education programs have grown to serve more than 20,000 annual daily participants of all ages, and the landscape is much changed — supporting not only maturing cottonwoods, aspens, and junipers, but now chorus frogs and wood ducks and foxes and dragonflies and hundreds of other species, as well.

Celebrate with us!

July 20th, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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