Explore the Yellowstone! celebrates the magnificent landscape and rich history of the Yellowstone River Valley.  A traveling exhibit of contemporary color images, historic photographs, and quotes, is displayed on sixteen oversized panels and mounted on stock fencing. The exhibit includes educational trunks, hands-on artifacts, and information about the Yellowstone River region.  The exhibit has been displayed at forty community celebrations and events.

The exhibit travels in a stock trailer and is especially suited for county fairs and special summer events throughout the region.  The exhibit has been seen at Turkey Buzzard weekend at Makoshika State Park near Glendive, Eastern Montana Ski Festival in Wibaux, 4th of July celebrations in Livingston and Cody, Crow Fair, Fort Buford State Park in North Dakota, Hot Springs County Fair in Thermopolis, Wyoming, and the annual Clark Day celebration at Pompey’s Pillar.

Major support for this exhibit comes from the National Park Service Challenge Cost Share Program, the Montana Cultural Trust, C.M. Bair Family Trust, Yellowstone County, National Endowment of the Arts and the National Park Service Initiative: Cultural Landscapes and Their Stories.