2017 Aero Expo

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Alternative Energy Resources Organization’s (AERO) 2017 Expo & Annual Meeting will meet in the heart of Uptown Butte, October 20-22. The Expo will include breakout sessions, meeting spaces, and an auction/dance among a series of original buildings within walking distance of each other. As part of this Expo, Sage Mountain Center will give a tour of their sustainable off-grid food … Read More

Free Garden and Greenhouse Tour

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Come enjoy a drive out into the mountains to see the beautiful high altitude food production grounds of Sage Mountain Center. Stop by anytime between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 22. Features include edible landscapes, cultivars of herbs, fruit trees, and vegetables, flowers, as well as perennial raised beds, water retention techniques, and mulching options. At 6,300 … Read More

Free Garden and Greenhouse Tour

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Come enjoy a drive out into the mountains to see the beautiful high altitude food production grounds of Sage Mountain Center. Stop by anytime between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 23. Features include edible landscapes, cultivars of herbs, fruit trees, and vegetables, flowers, as well as perennial raised beds, water retention techniques, and mulching options. At 6,300 … Read More

Raven

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Late fall of last year we noticed a raven regularly visiting the Crater Garden. Each evening around 6pm he would hobble into the garden to snack and drink. His wing was broken and dragging on the ground. After careful consideration we decided to catch him and see if his wing was repairable. Ravens are very intelligent birds and he let … Read More

Our Week From Hell

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As many of you know from local and national news media, we just survived the horror of the “19 Mile” forest fire outside of Whitehall, MT. As of this writing (Sept. 4) Sage Mountain Center is about 95% in the clear. Fire fighters are still battling the last remaining portion of this 4,100 acre fire and we are still sleeping … Read More