Montana Audubon Conservation Education Center was founded in 1976, with the goal to conserve natural habitats to help native species flourish and ensure that the skies over future generations would continue to be diversely populated. Today, the center continues this work by connecting local community members with nature and teaching them how to protect it. Montana Audubon's recreational and educational programs, such as afterschool lessons and an Earth Day celebration, employ entertaining efforts to engage the public with the issue of wildlife conservation. The center's 72,000-square-mile swath on the Yellowstone River Basin also serves as an outdoor classroom to expose youth to local ecosystems including riparian zones, grasslands, and forests, and staffers place special focus on bringing underserved populations of young people to learn at the center.
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Raven's Cafe d'Art, located within the Yellowstone Art Museum, could dole out boring fries or pasta salads with its lunchtime eats, but why be like every other restaurant? The eclectic café instead pairs its sandwiches and wraps with sides of yams, in honor of the museum's acronym. It also serves the tuber in the form of a dessert—sweet yams and apples drizzled in a brandy-butter and brown-sugar sauce and served atop ice cream.
Those who aren't fond of yams can request sides of fruit or chips to accompany their roasted-veggie paninis, steak and mushroom melts, and Hawaiian pork sliders. Or they can order one of the salads, all of which come with a piece of housemade bread of the day.