Brown Bag Lecture

Sage Mountain CenterEvents, Video

The Butte Archives recently requested Chris Borton speak about off-grid living at their Brown Bag event, a bi-weekly lecture series held at the Archives in Uptown Butte. Prior to the event, local news station KXLF interviewed Borton at Sage Mountain Center: 75 people attended the lecture. You can read a transcript of the video here.

2018 Winter Yoga Course – Butte

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings, Yoga Class

Registration for our Butte 8-Week Winter Yoga Course is officially open. 2018 is just around the corner and I can feel the momentum building as you revisit your resolutions for better flexibility, strength, and peace of mind. Can you sense it? As most of you know, the course maxes out so please register as soon as possible to guarantee your … Read More

2017 Aero Expo

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings, Events

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

7th Annual Montana Clean Energy Fair

Sage Mountain CenterEvents

The Montana Renewable Energy Association’s 7th annual Clean Energy Fair will be held on Saturday, September 16 in Helena. The fair will take place from 9-4 at Pioneer Park, and will feature an all-day schedule of free workshops on topics including solar electricity, solar water heating, energy efficiency, electric vehicles, and more. There will also be an electric car show, … Read More

Free Garden and Greenhouse Tour

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings

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