One of the things that set Pack the Place in Pink apart from some other non-profits is the organization is completely operated by volunteers, which means 95 cents of every dollar raised, goes directly to Montana breast cancer patients.
I was raised with artificial trees, so I've never had a real one. My wife, she likes the whole "real tree" experience. For me, it's probably the fact that for my entire childhood, my parents told me that we couldn't have a real tree because "it can burn down the h…
Montana Grizzly Encounter was founded in 2004 and has received lots of national media coverage for not only their mission to help save endangered grizzlies, but to provide a home for those bears that can't live in the wild.
Dinosaurs aren't the only thing you can check out, they have several different exhibits that celebrate the history of Montana and the region. From Yellowstone to a planetarium, to an actual "living history farm"