Montana’s Poet Laureate

A poem by Lowell Jager to commemorate a decade of the Whitefish Review

Innovating Education through Nature’s Blueprint

In its 14th year, the acclaimed Ravenwood Outdoor Learning Center has served more than 4,000 kids, and now it’s aiming to expand its offerings to adults and secure a permanent location

Eighty-Five Years of Green Thumbs

Hanchett Family Greenhouse, whose Flathead roots date back five generations to 1936, is ushering in a new era with the opening of an expansive retail facility

Treading Lightly

Builders employ innovative techniques to construct the distinctive North Shore Cabin on Flathead Lake with minimal disturbance to the land

Living Small in the Shadows of Giants

A village of tiny homes for rent at St. Mary Lodge & resort opens this summer

Color Theory

Understanding colors and the emotions they evoke

Where the Grass Grows

For more than 15 years, Bigfork pastel painter Jeanette Rehahn has elevated Montana’s most overlooked plant to gallery-worthy works of fine art

Birds of a Different Feather

Emu ranching exploded on to the agriculture scene in the late 1980s, but most of those endeavors failed. Now, only two ranches remain in Montana, and they are thriving.

Seven Elements of Interior Design

Interior design is a science bound by its own elements and principles

Montana’s Most Expensive Mansion

Two decades after luxury real estate development swept the valley, a grandiose island estate on Flathead Lake remains up for grabs

Inside Out

A beautiful home employs open floor plans, walls of windows and outdoor rooms to create fluid inter-exterior connections

Legate’s Legacy

Over the past 25 years, Flathead Valley Community College's beloved theater director has pushed the program to new heights. Now, over the next five years — the final years of his distinguished career — Joe Legate will work through a bucket list of all-time productions.

Camp of the Rising Sun

At Flathead Lake Sky Ranch, a fly-in community, construction on concrete and steel custom home with airplane hangar takes off

Hiding in Plain Sight

Striking a natural balance between rustic and comfort, PARKitecture is known for use of local materials, traditional building styles, and craftsmanship

Drew Bledsoe and the Art of Football

The Whitefish Review celebrates 10 years by looking back at an interview from issue #1