Swan Rangers Around the World Slideshow Launched!


Send us photos of your Swan Ranger patch engaged in mindful adventure anywhere in the world for our new Swan Rangers Around the World slideshow!

We'll add it to the slideshow in celebration of Swan Rangers enjoying and learning about the diversity of fish, wildlife and culture around the world - and the importance of their conservation!

If you don't yet have a Swan Ranger embroidered patch, simply email your mailing address to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

No "photoshop tricks" allowed - you really gotta go there and take a patch along!

Email your photos and their location to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Check out the budding Swan Rangers Around the World Slideshow here!

This article published on April 17, 2012 • [Permalink]

Swan Ranger Hiking Club Celebrates 300th Outing!

Sixteen Swan Rangers celebrated the Rangers' 300th outing with a hike to Elk Springs on August 27, 2011, where they enjoyed a bit of champagne, non-alcoholic sparkling apple cider, Pam's Morning Glory muffins, and each others' fine company!

The Swan Rangers' first outing was also to Elk Springs and took place on November 12, 2005.

This article published on August 28, 2011 • [Permalink]

Walkin’ Jim Stoltz Memorial Concert August 20

Friends, family and admirers of one of Montana’s most well-known environmentalist-singers gathered on Saturday, August 20 in the Big Sky Town Center to celebrate the life of Walkin’ Jim Stoltz in a manner he would have appreciated: In the mountains, with music.

Nationally known artists Dakota Sid Clifford, Earth Mama Joyce Rouse, Kate Bennet, Emma’s Revolution, and Alaskan troubadour Susan Grace Stoltz are just some of the musicians who took to the stage in the new Town Center pavilion to share their songs of the Earth. They were joined by Montana performers Bluebird Sky, Prairie Wind Jammers, Keith Hammer (photo above) and Cowgirl Poet Buzzy Vick in the free all-day event, billed “Forever Wild 2011.”

The Forever Wild memorial was a way to both honor Jim’s life and continue his vision. Concert-goers had opportunities to donate to MUSE and its new scholarship fund, Kid for the Wild, which is intended to help kids spend time in the outdoors through assistance with camp or outdoor expedition expenses.

For more information on the concert, what’s in Big Sky and Walkin’ Jim’s life and legacy, check walkinjim.com or musemusic.org.

View or download the concert poster.

Listen to an interview with Walkin' Jim, set to dozens of his wonderful photographs of wildlife and wild country!

This article published on August 20, 2011 • [Permalink]

Photo Contest 2009
See some of the photos from our 2009 Celebrating the Swan Range Photo Contest in our Summer 2009 Newsletter.
This article published on July 05, 2011 • [Permalink]

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