At 70 years, Montana Seed Show has transformed

 

March 20, 2019



Ryan Berry

This past weekend, the annual Montana Seed Show was hosted at Harlem High School, marking 70 years of the Hi-Line tradition.

Since 1949, the event has brought together members of the community to share expertise in a number of vocations and to compete in a slew of old traditions.

In modern times, the show is a three-day blitz of agriculture, vendors, auctions, food and more, but it comes from much more humble beginnings.

Seed Show Chairman Paul Rasmussen said the original seed show was a gathering of local potato farmers wishing to compare their crops in a time when potatoes were a key p...



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