The Extreme History Project wins Excellence in Preservation Award!

Posted: September 18, 2012 by extremehistory in Uncategorized

We are humbled and honored to announce that The Extreme History Project has been awarded an Excellence in Preservation award by the Montana Preservation Alliance for our work at Fort Parker. The award will be presented at a ceremony at the Montana Club in Helena on Wednesday, September 18. We are so grateful for the efforts and support of all the Extreme History team. We would particularly like to send a big grateful hug to the following people: Board members: Scott Carpenter, Shane Doyle and Kevin Kooistra; Interns: Victoria Bochniak and Betsy Garten; Jim Walker, Sarah Schuler and Roddy Stanton of the Archaeological Conservancy; Our remote sensing team of Tim Urbaniak and Tom Rust from MSU Billings; Our Oral History partners: Adam Sings in the Timber, Steve Platte and the Montana Department of Transportation, our inteviewees, Marvin Stewart, Grant Bulltail, Stan Stevens, Walter Pease and Mardell Plainfeather; The Fort Parker and Mission Ranch Landowners: Zena Dell Lowe, Darcy LeBeau and Rob Stevens; Jeanne Moe and Project Archaeology; Nikki Dixon and the Museum of the Rockies; Ken Egan, Kim Anderson and Humanities Montana; Our 2012 lecture series speakers including Nancy Mahoney, Riley Auge, Kate McCourt, Ivy Merriot and Brad Snow; and all of our friends and family for their encouragement and support. We share this honor and our grateful hearts with all of you!

  1. Jim B. says:

    Congratulations. You guys are incredible energy and dedication. Very admirable.

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