The best way to learn about history and historic preservation is to see where it happened!
Every other year MPA immerses about 100 participants in the history and cultural heritage of one of Montana's many fabulous regions. For three days, an intrepid group of historians, preservationists, archaeologists, tribal experts, and authors hop on the bus with you to visit everything from ancient rock art and archaeological sites to depots, barns, mining ruins, churches, homesteads and more. Afternoon talks and dinner lectures with National speakers round out this comprehensive conference that seeks to celebrate rural Montana and build capacity for historic preservation in our rural communities.
To learn more, take a look at highlights from one of our last three Road Shows.
2016 Road Show, Red Lodge & the Beartooth region
2014 Road Show, Lewistown & Central Montana
2012 Road Show -- Dillon and Southwest MT
The 2012 Path Less Traveled: Montana Preservation Road Show was held May 31 to June 1, 2012, based in Dillon, MT. The traveling workshop featured full and half day historic preservation tours around Southwest Montana, select lectures, and a wood window preservation workshop.