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Home Ground on Yellowstone Public Radio

January 2, 2018

Home Ground’s guests tell us who they are, what they think and what they are doing about it. Those diverse stories help us to think more deeply – about what we believe and why.

Our guests engage in in-depth conversations about our past, present and future. We talk about the economy, our religious views, schools, courts, wolves, medicine, the timber industry, conservation, life in prison, life on the farm... We discuss our most serious personal, political and community values, and our place in the larger world.

Funded project of Humanities Montana, a state affiliate of the National endowment for the Humanities.

For more information regarding this event:

Time: 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Contact: Humanities Montana Phone: (406) 243-6022
Yellowstone Public Radio MT
United States