Jun 30, 2021
On this episode, we’ll talk to social entrepreneur Sarah Calhoun, founder of the Red Ants Pants clothing brand, which creates rugged clothing for working women. But can starting a women’s workwear revolution simultaneously revitalize rural America?
Jun 2, 2021
Fires of historic proportions are threatening the entire western half of the country. From Montana to Colorado, we'll talk with Cindy Heitzman, the Executive Director of the California Preservation Foundation about preventative measures, the necessity of documentation and community awareness.
May 26, 2021
Adding historic elements to the National Register is likely more inclusive and varied than you'd imagine. On this episode, National Register Coordinator John Boughton talks us through the ins and outs of the National Register, how to get a coveted National Register of Historic Places sign in front of your house and...
May 19, 2021
Author Beth Judy shares several stories about notable Montana women from her recent book and expounds on the inclusive nature of women's history. She also makes the case for how places can profoundly shape our lives, and why experiencing those sites in-person is a critical part of understanding and appreciating...
May 12, 2021
Preserve Montana’s Restoration Director Mary Webb talks about the economics of restoration over replacement, how to learn about do-it-yourself restoration, and on being part of the 5 percent. Today’s episode also explores the question: how many seats should an outhouse...