Montana Quarterly Features Critically Important Montana Conservation Photography Work

Stacey Dolderer and Tony Bynum spent the summer bouncing around the wide open prairie and badlands regions of Montana. They hiked across its dry, sun scorched dirt, around mountainous gumbo plateaus, and over grass sprinkled beaches of ancient ocean bottom while dodging rattles snakes and lizards in an area so vast the long-look includes both time and space. After the project was complete, award winning, Montana based author and publisher Scott McMillion, of Montana Quarterly contact us to talk about the details. Please download, from the link below, the short, well written essay, with Tony Bynum's photographs, courtesy of Montana Quarterly and Scott McMillion.  Tony is taking the details and explanation of this Montana conservation project and what it takes to cover millions of acres of the remaining, intact, open prairie and badlands, on the road across Montana from Billings and Bozeman, to Missoula, Havre and Helena, starting mid February 2013 (stay tuned for exact dates, times and places).

DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE PDF OF THE STORY FROM THE WINTER ISSUE OF MONTANA QUARTERLY

RIGHT HEREThe Road{less} Traveled

 

I hope to see you all very soon,

Sincerely,

Tony Bynum