Our Wet Summer Season is Going Strong!

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings

Finally, we’re out of the worst winter we have experienced in over 30 years and the warming sun is gratefully received. Our many projects have begun from repairing roofs and roads, upgrading the kitchen in the Guest House, and maintaining trails, to planting the garden and gathering/processing firewood (we really don’t want to think about this yet, but it is … Read More

Spring Time at Sage Mountain Center

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings

Well, yesterday I snow-shoed on the trails to check out accessibility and only about 20% of the snow has melted. That leaves 80% still covered in 2’ of snow! This has been an abnormally long winter and we are at least four weeks behind in outdoor garden preparations. We would still suggest making your reservation to visit Sage Mountain Center … Read More

Sage Wall Update

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings

Spring is finally starting to reveal itself at our mountain-top center, as the snow begins to recede and the robins and bluebirds make their return three weeks later than normal. We are still buried in snow but are keeping a close eye on the next month so we can clean the trails to the Sage Wall. We hope reservations will … Read More

Permaculture Workshop June 2-4, 2023 

Sage Mountain CenterCenter Happenings, Events

A weekend workshop covering cold climate design strategies for gardeners, homesteaders, and those who are interested in learning more about permaculture design will take place June 2-4, 2023 at Sage Mountain Center, an award-winning sustainable living center near Whitehall, Montana. Permaculture design, a whole-systems approach to land management and sustainable living, has seen increased interest since the pandemic as individuals and … Read More

Sage Wall

Sage Mountain CenterVideo

A new video was recently released by Wandering Wolf highlighting a special feature at Sage Mountain Center. Called Megaliths in Montana this video explores and ponders our Sage Wall as possibly an early human-made structure. Enjoy. Even better….stop by for a visit or tour to see it for yourself!