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The Bozeman Climate Alliance is an online calendar with the mission to connect people and community, inspire positive action, and educate on Climate Change. All members are encouraged to post events related to climate solutions (technologies (including plant and soil) and policies to lower emissions, lower concentrations, store carbon, change human behavior:)) and climate impacts.


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Upcoming events (3)

Soil Workshop with expert Nicole Masters

Barney Creek Ranch

Voila! Discover the Magic of Living Soil with Soil Expert Nicole Masters 3 Dates to Choose From! World renowned soil expert Nicole Masters of New Zealand-based Integrity Soils will lead three similar day-long workshops on soil biology, nutrient cycling, soil carbon levels, grazing management and economic benefits. FEE: $80 (A sack lunch will be provided.) All three workshops will have the same content. Choose which workshop works for you… 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Workshop 1: Friday, May 24 at the Charter Ranch at 13838 US Hwy. 87, Shepherd, MT 59079. Workshop 2: Mon., June 3 at the Barney Creek Ranch, 24 McGuire Hill Rd., Livingston, MT 59047 Workshop 3: Mon. July 1 at the Namchak Retreat Ranch, 55819 Garcon Gulch Rd., Hot Springs, MT 59845 REGISTER HERE: https://forms.donorsnap.com/form?id=e7eb3fe2-769c-4f86-8d25-2dcb8bd8248d For questions, contact Chris Mehus at[masked] or [masked] Learn from the “Masters” about: • Soil Biology • Nutrient Cycling • Soil Carbon Levels • Grazing Strategies • Economic Benefits Sponsored by Western Sustainability Exchange

Sustaining the New West Conference

Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture

Change is inevitable. It can happen by default, or by design. What is YOUR vision for the future of our communities, rural landscapes, and wildlands? Join us as we explore the environmental and community changes affecting the Northern Rockies. Our stellar line up of speakers will offer a provocative look at potential visions and identify inspiring actions we can take for the future of the region. On June 5th, Future West is hosting our Second Sustaining the New West Conference. This year the theme is “Bold Visions-Inspiring Actions,” and the major focus is on envisioning and identifying actions we can ALL take to achieve a sustainable future. The conference will begin with an overview of current and projected development trends. Presenters will reflect on the challenges facing their component of our landscape, but then offer an alternative vision and suggested steps we can take in achieving that vision. In the afternoon we will highlight case studies of on-the-ground efforts to address these challenges and create these alternative visions. Audience members leave with an understanding how to think on a regional scale. Register now for our early bird rate of $35 (good until May 24th!), for a daylong event of speakers, discussion, and an evening reception to follow. : https://ruckustix.com/events/sustaining-the-new-west-ii-bold-visions-inspiring-actions Agenda and further details https://www.future-west.org/

MT Renewable Energy Fair

Gallatin County Fairgrounds

Montana Clean Energy Fair August 10,[masked]am - 3:30pm Presented by:MREA Gallatin County Fairgrounds Bozeman, MT The Montana Renewable Energy Association is hosting its Montana Clean Energy Fair on Saturday, August 10, 2018 from 9 am to 3:30 pm at the Gallatin Co. Fairgrounds. This is the 9th year the fair has traveled around the state to different cities and the second time it’s been to Bozeman. The Fair brings hundreds of Montanans from around the region to participate in the event. The Montana Clean Energy Fair is free and open to the public. It is the go-to event of the year for renewable energy education, featuring a series of 45-minute workshops on topics including: renewable energy policy, solar electricity and solar heating, batteries and energy storage, financing and incentives, net-zero homes, off-grid living, and much more. FREE For more information: http://montanarenewables.org/clean-energy-fair/clean-energy-fair-2019/ Or call: (406)[masked]

Past events (805)

Citizens' Climate Lobby May Meeting

St. James Episcopal Church

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