Centennial Valley's Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is currently working on a sage grouse project; aerial monitoring 49 female grouse radio tagged in April 2014.
The Centennial Valley Historical Society has been working on Volume II covering 1930-2014 for several years now by collecting stories and photographs and other archival material.
Environmental Humanities graduate student Shaun Daniel is undertaking one such effort this year. His capstone master’s project is focused on solving a real-world issue at the Center concerning water use and habitat.
In celebration of the 2014 Artist-in-Residence program, join us for an exciting seven days and six nights in Montana's beautiful and remote Centennial Valley, in the heart of the Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, one hour from Yellowstone National Park.
The Center is now taking applications for the 2015 Artist-in-Residence Program. Apply here.
Here are some great photos of the Reimagine Symposium - just ended in Centennial Valley. It was an incredible event for the Center despite 5 days of crazy weather.
The humanities meets conservation at the Reimagine Western Landscapes Symposium, August 21 - 24th. The 2014 Symposium convenes at the Taft-Nicholson Center for Environmental Humanities Education in iconic Centennial Valley, Montana.
The Taft-Nicholson Center is pleased to announce that the following artists have been accepted for the 2014 residence program...