- Discussed wind energy and a nearby planned wind project,
- Planned March 6th Legislative Forum,
- Discussed City of Livingston’s planned west side underpass’s impacts on migrating pronghorn and a natural spring,
- Discussed hosting individual films, likely starting with Windfall,
- Discussed possible community event to create a peace symbol on river gravel bar
Ellen Winter reported on the Big Timber Wind Farm meeting, which she attended. We will consider showing the Windfall movie, during our movie series.
Malia Carr updated us on our February 6th Buckhorn Theater Annual Gathering plans.
Monday, December 3, 2018
At the Park County Extension building, 119, S. Third St in Livingston
We have monthly meetings on the first Monday of each month. Our meetings are open to everyone.
At the December meeting, one of our members, Melissa Noontz will be speaking. Melissa is the Montana Field Organizer for Moms Clean Air Force as well as being the newest member of the Livingston City Commission, and will discuss Livingston health resources (including mental health), the under/overpass issue, planning board, and other issues affecting our community.
We will also be planning upcoming events and organizational issues. Everyone’s ideas and insight are needed.
Please join us.
Monday November 5.
Park County Extension Office – 119 S. Third St in Livingston
Montana Women For meets the first Monday of each month. Everyone is welcome!
Please come help us plan what to do when the elections are over.
Fall film series, community conversations, etc.
Everyone is welcome. You do not need to be a member to come to meetings.
Please join us Monday, October 1 at 6:30 pm at the Park County Extension Office in Livingston (119 S. Third St). We’ll be planning future projects, updating current ones, and we’ll have a speaker from another organization.
September 10 at 6:30 pm
Park County Extension Office – 119 S. Third St. In Livingston
Michelle Uberuaga from PCEC will join us to update us on Livingston/ Park County planning and zoning issues
Please join us to
- Plan actions and events for this fall and holiday season
- Review our voter registration efforts and decide how to go forward with them
- Discuss the progress of our memorial project for Margie Kidder
Everyone is welcome – please join us.
Please join Indivisible Upper Yellowstone and Montana Women For as we stand united to defend the rule of law, women’s reproductive freedom, health care, voting rights, the right to a safe and clean environment, LGBTQ rights, workers rights, and the rights of immigrants and asylum seekers against the threat of Donald Trump’s nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, for a lifelong appointment to the Supreme Court.
This event is wheelchair accessible. All ages welcome. Please bring signs.
And then you can carpool with others at the rally over the pass to Bozeman for a Save Our SCOTUS Rally at the Bozeman Library at 2 pm. Make a day of it!
July 16, 2018 at 6:30 pm, we’ll meet in the Livingston Public Library in the Teen Room (upstairs). Free and open to the public.
Energized by the protests, political season, and our community of activists? We’re looking for a few committed activists to help organize and carry out forums, demonstrations, film series, and other actions. Come join us.
You don’t have to be a member to attend. Everyone is welcome.
Help us place benches along Livingston city trails
in memory of Margie Kidder.
Possible stone bench type:
Or send a check to
Montana Women For
P.O. Box 2196
Livingston, MT 59047
Please designate “Margie” or “Benches” on donation.