It’s among the last of its kind: a mighty river still wild. The Yellowstone flows from America’s first national park, into the life of the American West, moving as few rivers do. Undammed, untamed and changing with the seasons.
This segment of Epic Yellowstone: Down the River Wild features the river as it passes through Sweet Grass County.
A Panel discussion to follow will include:
Thomas Winston, Director and Executive Producer
Tom is the founder and CEO of Grizzly Creek Films, an independent production company based in Bozeman, Montana that has created original series and documentary films for the National Geographic Channel, the Smithsonian Channel, the History Channel and PBS.
Joe Josephson (Senior Montana Conservation Associate at the Greater Yellowstone Coalition)
Joe is a Big Timber native who works to protect public lands in Montana. His primary focus is the Gallatin Range, working to bring diverse interests together to protect the area’s extraordinary wilderness and wildlife values. Joe’s talents extend beyond conservation work: he is an award winning publisher and guide book author and director of the annual Bozeman Ice Festival.