Pete has lived in the Flathead Valley for over 17 years. After living in Colorado and Utah, his passion for the outdoors finally drew him to Montana. It didn’t take him long to realize this was a special place, and he settled down to make this area his home. Years of experience in the service industry has given Pete the ability to work well with clients and connect with people quickly. An avid skier, mountain biker, and fly fisherman, Pete’s enthusiasm for outdoor recreating has taken him all over the valley and has given him a unique and expert knowledge of the area. Whatever your passion is, Pete would love to show you what makes this area special and help you find your piece of it. To contact Pete call: 406.270.5908.
Helping Farm Hands
By Flathead Beacon Staff
Non-profit organization improves community food access through new programs
Agriculture enjoys a celebrated history in Montana, where the act of cultivating the land and producing fresh food is a tradition that continues to thrive today.
But gaining easy access to nutritious meals presents another set of challenges, a reality that prompted a local community organization to roll out a growing stable of programs to improve residents’ food needs.
The nonprofit group is called Farm Hands: Nourish the Flathead, whose goal is to address food-access issues by using local agriculture to feed under-served populations.
The group was started 10 years ago by a coordinated group of volunteers, and it runs multiple programs to assist with residents’ food needs, including farm-to-school projects and backpack programs that send children home from school with food.
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Whitefish Legacy Partners Kids Summer Programs
Explore the Whitefish Trail with guided learning hikes and community hikes and bikes. Events are held all summer long. All events are free and do not require registration. They are suitable for all fitness levels and are family friendly.
Kids programs are held at the Whitefish Trail Learning Pavilion at the Lion Mountain Trailhead. Two hour programs are suitable for ages 5 to 12. No registration required. Click here for more information.
Forest Explorers Camps
Join us this summer to explore on the Whitefish Trail! These four-day camps include hiking, exploration, games, art activities, and learning at the WT Learning Pavilion. Forest Explorers Camp is for children 6 to 10. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Click here for costs and registration information.
Brash Rodeo summer series is underway
Rodeo has been a part of Montana’s culture since the first cowboys arrived over 150 years ago. Our events include bull riding, saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, steer riding, team roping, barrel racing, breakaway roping, calf roping and chute dogging. We are Western Montana’s longest running series open rodeo.
Weekly events are held on Thursdays, 7-10PM, on the corner of Highway 40 and US 2, right behind the Blue Moon bar.
Click here to download the program schedule and more information.