Morton Elrod: Montana’s Pioneer Renaissance Man

$8.00

  • You’ll receive a link to the digital download via email the day after the presentation
  • Purchase of the Digital Only presentation comes with access to the overflow room at the museum during the event with a complimentary live stream

Sunday, February 6th, 2pm
Presented by Tom Bansak, Associate Director of the Flathead Lake Biological Station

Dr. Morton John Elrod came to Big Sky Country as the first Professor of Biology at the University of Montana in 1897.

His travels around Western Montana are legendary.

Elrod founded the Flathead Lake Biological Station in 1899 and in the ensuing decade became Glacier National Park’s first naturalist, writing its first guidebook and the first scientific papers to come from Glacier.

Come join FLBS ecologist Tom Bansak to learn more about Morton Elrod: Montana’s Pioneer Renaissance Man.

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