V 14, No. 1, Fall 2000 -Fay Benton offers, “Norse Legend Explains Kissing Under the Mistletoe”; in, “Dow Wages War on the West’s Wildflowers,” Peter Lesica tells about the Conservation Committee’s work to counter efforts to rid pasture lands of forbs; Dennis Nichols describes, “Life in the Subalpine Zone,” particularly that of the Cabinet Mountains; Field trip reports describe activities from one end of Montana to the other, written by Fay Benton, Larry Evans, Al Joyes, and Peter Lesica; a Big Sky Sketch by Bonnie Heidel, “In the Wake of Fire” illustrates how post-fire regrowth documentation may be used to enrich our knowledge of fire effects using data on Corydalis sempervirens; and in “Flowers in Space: Cyberspace that is!” Wayne Phillips describes the growing botanical resources he found on the internet.
V 14, Nos. 2 & 3, Winter and Spring 2001 – “Listing of Spalding’s Catchfly Stalled Again” by Peter Lesica; “Carnivores Turn to Gardening – algae farming by Utricularia” by Peter Lesica; “Mountain Pink Gives Spring Wakeup Call” by Jim Habeck with a sidebar on David Douglas by Drake Barton; “Living on the Edge” – about a threatened sand dune community on the shore of Lake Kookanusa by Toby Spribille.
V 14, No. 4, Summer 2001 – “Montana Plants Travel Abroad without a Passport”, by Peter Lesica; Society President, Wayne Phillips announced the founding of the Society website through the efforts of Marilyn Marler; announcement of the enactment of a new law governing wildcrafting that is now codified in Title 76, Chapter 10 of the Montana Code Annotated as “Regulation of Wildcrafting,” sections 76-10-101 – 76-10-107; A fond set of farewell notes upon removal to Wyoming of Bonnie Heidel, inter alia artist of the Kelseya logo; Big Sky Sketches: “Champion Tree Program – Montana’s BIG Ones!” by Helen Smith.