Livingston, Montana is a small town with agricultural and industrial roots, tucked along the Yellowstone River where the east slope of the Rocky Mountains melds into the great plains. It is a place with a very tangible architectural heritage. Surrounding Park County includes equally rich remnants of the past nestled in an expansive landscape.
Old places are important here. The vitality of this community is affected immensely by how well we build around our artifacts and with respect for our traditions.