Montana: High, Wide and Popular
NEW! Montana's largest city, Billings, is on show for the next three episodes of PBS' beloved "Antiques Roadshow." See Montana's treasures!
Florida's St. Petersburg Times highlights Montana's prehistoric past in "Dinosaur Fossils Help Drive Montana Tourism." Reporter Janet Keeler says, "The state's most impressive collection of dinosaurs is at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, home to Montana State University and plenty of unique restaurants."
Montana was the subject of "The Big Sky's the Limit", an in-depth feature in a recent issue of Delta Airlines Skymag.
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Located in southwestern Montana just 90 minutes from Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman is home to Montana State University, the Museum of the Rockies, world-class ski resorts and much more. Nationally ranked as one of the nation's best college towns, ski spots and retirement prospects, Bozeman truly has something for everyone.
Getting to Bozeman is easy. Bozeman's Gallatin Field Airport (BZN) boasts direct flights to and from 11 major cities around the United States, including hubs such as Los Angeles, Salt Lake, Minneapolis and Atlanta. Airlines serving BZN include United, Delta and Allegiant. Click here for the most complete list and contact information for the airlines.
Thanks for your interest in Sustaining the Blue Planet. The next Blue Planet conference is scheduled for June 24-27, 2014 in Big Sky, Montana. Please visit the new conference website to learn more. This site is archived and not active.
The goal of the Sustaining the Blue Planet: Global Water Education Conference is to increase the knowledge and capacity of conference participants to effectively reach children and youth through education that leads to action in schools, communities and corporations.
In September 2011, water is going to be big in Big Sky Country!
The Project WET Foundation—publisher of the most complete water resources education materials available and leader in the field of water education in the United States and around the world—is inviting everyone with an interest in our most precious natural resource to join us in beautiful Bozeman, Montana for Sustaining the Blue Planet.
The first conference to focus exclusively on water education and its role in solving the world's pressing water issues, Sustaining the Blue Planet will offer five conference strands, a full array of speakers, the much-anticipated launch of Project WET's Curriculum & Activity Guide 2.0, pre- and post-conference workshops, pre-conference field experiences and dedicated networking opportunities...all within easy reach of some of the best fishing, hiking, biking and other outdoor recreation anywhere. And did we mention that Yellowstone National Park is just down the road?
Sustaining the Blue Planet begins on Tuesday evening with a reception perfect for networking and continues through Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with presentations, poster sessions, keynote speakers, exhibitors, the Guide 2.0 launch and more.
Who will be at Sustaining the Blue Planet?
The planned conference strands are: