46° North Podcast Montana's
Montana's Podcast on Place-Based History & Preservation
At Preserve Montana, our goal is to educate and inspire our listeners to become more involved with historic preservation. Through this dynamic project, we are able to host some of the state’s most prominent minds to share important, intriguing, and ground-breaking stories from the field of preservation and more.
Episode 1: Preserve Montana, Explained
On this first ever episode of 46° North, PMT Executive Director Chere Jiusto discusses our 33-year history and the many ways that our mission to protect place-based history has impacted Montana.
Episode 2: Preservation By Design
During this weeks episode, preservation architect Lesley Gilmore tells us a little about the history of preservation as a field and the unique ways in which history is saved throughout Big Sky Country.
Episode 3: Rural Preservation at Large (Really Large)
As the fourth largest state in the US, Montana is full of distant and rural communities. This week, Interpretive Historian Christine Brown shares with us the challenges, rewards, and value of preserving history in some of our states smallest towns.
“Episode 4: It Happened in Montana” with PMT Volunteers Jim Greene & Martha Vogt
“Episode 5: Archeology & The Search for Truth” with Archeologist & Author Carl Davis
“Episode 6: The Last Best Placer” with Bob & Barbara Marks and GayAnn Masolo
At Preserve Montana our goal is to educate and inspire our listeners to become more involved with historic preservation. Through this dynamic project we are able toy host prominent minds to share important, intriguing, and ground-breaking stories from in the field of preservation and more.