- The Limber Pine House
Big Sky Journal, 2017
This house featuring repurposed local wood and steel cables was a family affair: Heather Bing was the designer; her parents Doug and JoDean Bing were the builders. There were, as Heather laughed, "many late nights"
- Legacy of Montana Women Writers
This article features ten Montana women writers whose memoirs, fiction, and poetry illuminated women's lives during early frontier days, the homesteading era, to the wild 1920s to the post-World War II farming era.
- From Circus Trains to Conservation Easements
Montana Quarterly, Vol. 9, No. 3 Fall 2013
Four generations of Ringlings have left their mark on Montana.
- Home Truths
Sunset Magazine, August 2010
Andy and Joanna Smetanka and their two children experience everything from apple-picking to chicken-raising on the Moon-Randolph Homestead, 13 hills cares 3 miles from Missoula, Montana.
- Charlie Russell's Montana
He was one of the West's most iconic painters. Now visitors can explore the sweeping landscape that inspired him.
- Breaking the Barrier
Southwest Review, Spring/Summer 1992
The writer experiences the Western Montana Fair past and present.
- Sustainable Missoula: Children need writing to express hopes, fears for future
Sustainable Missoula, October 18, 2019
- Missoula Children's Poetry Map
Story maps featuring original poems of place by Missoula 4th grade students
- In Praise of Famous Men
Cutbank 16, Special Western Edition, Spring/Summer 1981
- Storm Over Resurrection Bay
Permafrost, Vol. 3, No. 1, Fall 1979