Canyon Creek kindergartners Melody Roane and Wyatt Duey get help from Alena Standley during a project identifying healthy foods at the school on Tuesday.
Canyon Creek kindergartner Nate Tsosie cut out pictures of berries, cheese, beef and chicken to put in his lunchbox during a lesson on food and agriculture on Tuesday.
Helen Hanson, president of Agriculture in Montana Schools, reads a book about where food comes from to Canyon Creek kindergartners on Tuesday.
Caleb Cargill helps Canyon Creek kindergartener Jacob Albrecht with a healthy foods project on Tuesday afternoon.
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In 2001, Cory Albin, a football player at Rocky Mountain College, organized “Bears on Bulls,” a fundraiser in which Rocky’s student athletes got a chance to test their skills against real bucking bulls.
Rising food prices throughout the recession have been a real challenge for some Montanans, but eating healthy shouldn't be impossible, Gretchen Schubert told grocers Wednesday.
Montana Farm Bureau's Lisa McFarland and Gretchen Schubert, right, talk with grocery shoippers Cory Sutton, left, and Shane Burbank, of nearby Weldcon Inc. about farm products at the Lockwood IGA store on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012.
CASPER, Wyo. -- Pit bulls are blamed for killing sheep in Riverton.
Montana Farm Bureau President Bob Hanson has urged Montana's Senators Max Baucus and John Tester, to support an increase in the estate tax exemption. The best bet in town is a new amendment called the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010 (H.R. 5297), proposed by Sens. Blanche Lincoln (…
LARAMIE - Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation is scheduled to hold its 90th annual meeting this weekend in Casper.