V 22, No. 1, Fall 2008 – Peter Lesica describes why “MNPS and Audubon Petition to list Russian Olive as a Noxious Weed,”; in “Robert Dorn – Award Winning Botanist,” Walter Fertig, Peter Lesica, and Betty Kuropat review Dorn’s professional accomplishments and his receipt of the MNPS Special Achievement Award; “Bringing Nature Home: How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in our Gardens” is a review of Douglas Tallamy’s book or that title; Steve Shelly offers, “Carlton Ridge Research Natural Area: Field Trip Report and Status Update”; the issue recaps the successful annual meeting at Hyalite Lake including trip reports; a trip report, “Sweetgrass Hills Spelunking” and Jim Habeck penned “A Tribute to Mark Behan: 1931 to 2008.”
V 22, No. 2, Winter 2009 – “Winter Botany” by Peter Lesica and Annie Garde, reprinted from Montana Naturalist introduces the potential joys and techniques of botanizing on the winter landscape; and “Is Sheep Grazing Good for Native Plants?” is a question addressed by the Clark Fork Chapter and here addressed by Peter Lesica reporting on a research project in the Missoula north hills.
Volume 22, No. 3, Spring 2009 – “Montana’s Threatened Plants Need Your Help” by Peter Lesica; High and Dry: Gardening with Cold-Hardy Dryland Plants (Robert Nold, Timber Press, 2008) By Kelly Chadwick, Sheila Morrison and Mike Young; “MNPS Member Mapping Flora in Madagascar” By Debbie Mueller; “Pollinator Wars: How leafy spurge affects bees & native plants” By Jennifer Palladini, 2008 MNPS Small Grant Recipient; “Grower Profile: First Creek Seeds” By Tim Connolly and Beth Madden, Maka Flora Chapter.
Volume 22, No. 4, Summer 2009 – “Blackfoot Botanist: Annie Mad Plume Wall,” by Rosaly La Pier;”In Praise of Poaceae,” by Leah Grunzke; “Native Gardens and Native Animals,” by Peter Lesica; Notes about Maria Mantas and Jerry DeSanto, 2009 MNPS honorees and current chapter and society news.