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Friday, April 1, 2011

Third annual Gallatin Earth Celebration set for April 16-22

The third annual Gallatin Earth Celebration (GEC) is scheduled for April 16-22. The GEC is a weeklong Earth Day celebration that is focused on education, outreach and service. Read more...

Exit Gallery accepting applications for fall 2011 exhibits

The Exit Gallery is currently accepting applications for exhibitions for the fall 2011 semester. If accepted, artists or groups of artists have the opportunity to show their work in a two-week solo exhibition with paid advertising and a reception. Read more...

MSU to host free NanoDays family science night April 11

The event will take place from 6-8 p.m. in the SUB Ballrooms. Visitors can stop in at any time for activities and demonstrations, such as manipulating magnetic liquid, learning about static electricity, playing with nanosand and getting a nano tattoo. Read more...

Antiques Roadshow "Billings, Mont. - Hour One" on MontanaPBS

One of three Antiques Roadshow episodes filmed in Billings last June is airing on MontanaPBS Monday, April 11 at 7 p.m. Read more...

MSU grad student tracks trout to help restoration efforts in upper Clark Fork

Mariah Mayfield sometimes flies over the upper Clark Fork River in a two-seater airplane. Other times, she floats down the river in a kayak, or walks for miles along its banks. Read more...

MSU releases three new wheat varieties

Three new solid-stemmed wheat varieties were recently approved for release by the Montana Agricultural Experiment Station and will be undergoing Foundation seed increase in 2011 at the MAES Research Centers. Read more...

Forest Stewardship workshops offered for family forest owners

The workshops are offered through the Montana State University Extension Forestry Program, which has assisted more than 3,100 participants in developing stewardship plans to care for their forests, according to Cindy Bertek, forest stewardship coordinator in Missoula. Read more...

Medical history conference set for April 18 at MSU

Leprosy in a former Montana legislator, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and rural surgery are among the topics to be discussed at this year's medical history conference at Montana State University. Other topics will include country doctors, the importance of medical history to contemporary medicine, the legacy of a Montana pathologist and medical entomology on a research frontier. Read more...

Wilderness medicine courses April 15-17, May 8-14

Wilderness Medical Associates will conduct two wilderness medicine courses at Montana State University this spring. Read more...

Big Sky Small Acres - Spring 2011 issue is now available through MSU Extension

Articles in the Spring issue cover a wide variety of seasonal topics: growing native plants, wildfire protection, seasonal high tunnels, poisonous plants for horses, tree planting tips and Master Gardener questions. Read more...

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This Week at MSU

Friday, April 1

MSU Pow Wow

Social Science Speaker series continues


Saturday, April 2

MSU Pow Wow

Service Saturday


Astronomy Day


Sunday, April 3

"First Lady Nancy Schweitzer's Classroom Garden" on Montana Ag Live


Monday, April 4

"Reclaiming Art" on exhibit

Tuesday, April 5

Presentation on evaluating mortgage refinancing


Graduation Information Fair


Women's tennis vs. Montana


Wednesday, April 6

Alan Leech retirement recital


Thursday, April 7

Archeology lecture


Friday, April 8

Final day of KGLT fund drive

Men's tennis vs. Idaho State


Women's tennis vs. Idaho State


Invasive plants workshop at Bozeman Public Library