From the Ground Up: Montana Women and Agriculture





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Published on Mar 10, 2014

Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) and Montana Historical Society (MHS) celebrate Women's History Month by recognizing the first participants in a unique statewide oral history project developed by DNRC with support from MHS, Montana Conservation Districts, Montana History Foundation, Montana State Library, and Montana Stock Growers Association. The project seeks to document the lives of Montana women who have lived and worked on the land as ranchers, farmers, mothers, and stewards of the state's irreplaceable natural resources.

Participants include Pauline Webb (54 Ranch, Townsend), Dolly McMaster (McMaster Ranch, Townsend), Arlene Pile (EOB Ranch in Big Timber), Esther McDonald (McCattle Ranch LLC, outside of Philipsburg), and Glenna Stucky (Stucky Ranch in Powell County). Recorded on March 8, 2014, in the Craney Studio at MHS.

For more information on the statewide oral history project, contact Linda Brander, Director, at (406) 444-0520 or LLbrander@mt.gov. www.montanahistoricalsociety.org


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