We hope you'll join us for our Fall 2022 Speaker Series, inspired by local people who guide many and varied rich experiences in our area.
Guiding is a long-held tradition in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Early regional explorers from the Corps of Discovery to the Hayden Surveys were guided by American Indians and mountain men. Tourists were guided to the wonders of Yellowstone National Park since its creation 150 years ago, and today, many visitors rely on the expertise of local guides to enrich their experiences. Hunters, anglers, skiers, rafters, and others seeking wild places and wildlife, as well as the thrill of being in a natural landscape, also explore our area with guides. The speaker series programs highlight the knowledge of area guides and acknowledges their roles in using resources wisely and educating the public.
LIMITED in-person program seating at Park Photo, 115 S. Main, downtown Livingston, so come early. All programs begin at 7:00pm. Suggested donation is $5/person.
Registration is required for each virtual program but it's easy. Scroll down and click on each webinar title that you'd like to attend, complete registration and you will receive an email with a Zoom link. The Yellowstone Gateway Museum is happy to present free virtual programs but we hope you'll consider making a donation. Click HERE to help us keep these programs going. Any amount helps us deliver the quality programming that you expect and now can enjoy from home. Please contact Executive Director Mark Brammer, 406.222.4184, for more information.
See more information for each program below.
Programs will be uploaded to YouTube after each live presentation. Click here to visit our YouTube channel.