Since 1991, the Backroads crew has traveled across Montana visiting its unique people and places. The series airs regularly on MontanaPBS.
Seeds and Weeds (No. 118)
This episode introduces us to an artist near Sidney whose medium is seeds, takes us to a weed roundup near Choteau, introduces us to the Loma woman who curates the House of 1000 Dolls, and examines what the folks at ZooMontana in Billings do to enrich the lives of the zoo's animals. William Marcus hosts from the Charles M. Bair Family Ranch and Museum near Martinsdale. (First Aired Friday, November 01, 2002)
Backroads of Montana - Program Updates Episode Eighteen “Seeds and Weeds” (2002) – The Bair Family Museum in Martinsdale is currently open through Labor Day, Wednesdays through Sundays 10am to 5pm, with the last tour starting at 4pm. The Museum is now operated by The Upper Musselshell Historic Society. The area is still a great place to visit and is popular with hunters.
BACKROADS OF MONTANA PRODUCTION CREW
Photo by Jeremy Lurgio
From Left to Right: Gus Chambers - Producer, William Marcus - Host John Twiggs - Producer, Ray Ekness - Producer