By Kate Radford
Con tributing Writer 

Improvements planned for Sculpture in the Wild

Summer events, fall artist residencies set to return


Last updated 8/31/2022 at 5:27pm

Roger Dey

Visitors listen to a July 4 performance by the Back Adit Band at the Teepee Burner in 2019.

Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild received a new grant this year to help fund some facilities improvements and greater access to the park for visitors with special needs.

The Treacy Foundation based in Helena provided a grant to help fund construction of a utility room next to the park's bathrooms, as well as a cement pad to smooth out the lip to get onto the current bathroom pads.


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