Each year more than 30 artists work at the Bray.
There are a lot of moving pieces that go into making a game, starting with the math.
This Montana Made report features a Bitterroot Valley man who is shedding some light on his rustic creations.
His passion for fly fishing led him to begin a life-long career as a rod maker.
It takes him two days to create his caskets which are made of blue pine wood.
Lewis and Clark Brewery owner Max Pigman took over Sleeping Giant Brewery 16 years ago
Sarah Widener sits at the kitchen table in her home creating the items her grandma, mother, and cousins taught her over the years.
Gulli’s work is so good it’s earned him an international reputation as a skilled carver.
Montana Canvas has moved from truck tarps into the luxury boat tarp world — all custom-made in Belgrade.
Owner Sterling “Sting” Cambell grew up outside Vaughn near Great Falls
Gooey glaze dripping off a hot freshly fried donut is a pretty mouth-watering sight
His business is called Goertzen Adventure Equipment for a reason, and the leather he uses lives up to that name.
“It’s really cool to be right here in Helena and be able to ship products all over the world,” Swanson said.
A foot snare developed in Valier is making it easier for trappers and painless for the animals.
When you think of Butte, saddles might not be your first thought.
Meet the Whitefish couple who are the brains behind McFly, LLC, the maker of Flystop and Stingstop.
“It’s 100% recycled water bottles woven into a super strong stretchy elastic,” said Perry.
Business owner John Medlinger says he is always looking for the next wooden motherlode.
The Burger Dive was Halsten’s dream for years – and that dream became a reality in 2010.
In a college lab at the Montana Tech campus in Butte is the most unusual manufacturing business in Montana.