V 21, No. 1, Fall 2007 – Karen Shelly profiles the, “Blackfoot Native Plants Nursery: Montana plants grown in Missoula County’s Potomac Valley”; reports on awards given to long-time MNPS members Betty Kuropat and Peter Stickney; “Home on the Range Small Grant Report” by Linda Iverson describes this Billings-based project; Dwight Tober describes, “Myths Concerning Native Grass Varieties”; field trip reports are: “Windy Ridge RNA” and “West Fork Buttes Botanical Area”; “Species of Concern Found at Georgetown Lake” describes finding a large population of Thalictrum alpinum on Camp Watanopa; and there are summer field trip reports: “Big Snowies/Matador Ranch”; “Camp Creek Offers Bitterroot & Moose”; and “Indian Meadows Research Natural Area.”
V 21, No. 2, Winter 2008 – In “Windflower Native Plant Nursery: Re-establishing Native Plants in Northwest Montana,” Betty Kuropat reports on MNPS member Terry Divoky’s native plant business at the edge of Glacier National Park; Peter Lesica offers some cautionary information in “Will Plants Run Your Car?” and includes references; Jen Asebrook offers a Small Grant Report: “Children’s House Montessori School”; in “Linear-Leaf Moonwort Removed from List,” Drake Barton reports on removal of this plant from the national endangered species candidate list; in an opinion piece, Don Heinze documents an extensive list of sensitive species to be found in the Pryor Mountains, which he calls a “botanical gem,” in “Beartooth Travel Management DEIS”; and Drake Barton reviews the new Montana Heritage Program online field guide: “New Field Guide”.
V 21, No. 3, Spring 2008 – “Zen & the Art of Seed Marketing” by Susan Winslow describes Rick and Claire Dunne’s multi-year effort to establish the Wind River Seed company and its sale to Russ Hozhäuser; “Dispatches from the Montana Plant Conservation Conference” by Linh Hoang, Peter Lesica, and Kathy Lloyd reviews the 5th such conference held in Bozeman; “Project Budburst” announces the initiation of this citizen science undertaking; and plenty of MNPS business announcements.
V 21, No. 4, Summer 2008 – In the native plant nursery series, Debbie Mueller documents establishment of Catherine Cain’s Southwest Montana Native Landscapes, LLC in “Celebrating Natives,”; and “New Category Added to Montana Noxious Weed List” by Kathy Lloyd reports on the inclusion of Category 4, Watch List, to Montana’s Noxious Weed List and changes in species categorizations.