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Bitter Root Land Trust: Having a Virtual Good Time

      Bitter Root Land Trust has launched a series of Homegrown Events, and virtually everyone is invited to participate. Running August 20 to Sept. 24, BRLT’s Homegrown Events offer something for everyone, whether you live in the Bitterroot or not. The series includes “Homegrown Picnic Baskets” filled with Bitterroot Valley products that are available for a $100 donation. There are also “Adventure Baskets” that include options like local fishing, horseback riding, and other Bitterroot adventures. There’s an outdoor challenge in which miles – running, walking, hiking and riding – are added up toward a goal of matching a $2,000 pledge from OnX. And it all ends with a live stream concert by “front-porch-pickin’ Pinegrass” with interludes about BRLT conservation easements.

     From BRLT: Welcome to a new way of doing things. This series of events are designed to make you feel right at home, in the Bitterroot Valley. Virtual events include an outdoor miles challenge, Bitterroot inspired picnic baskets, uniquely Bitterroot experiences for small groups, and a virtual music concert on a conservation easement.