The Montana Tourism Awards, held Monday in Butte, are celebrating people who enhance the state’s tourism industry.
Lincoln’s rural sculpture park, called Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild, is this year’s winner of the Heritage and Cultural Tourism award.
The park’s sculptures are made by international artists, out of locally harvested material, according to a press release from the Department of Commerce.
Other winners include:
- Darby and Hamilton for Film Communities of the Year, for their support of the TV series Yellowstone
- Shelby and the carousel rest area won the Private and Public Collaboration award
- Betty Stone of Glasgow won Tourism Ambassador of the Year
- Gardiner Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau won the Marketing Campaign of the Year
- Stephanie Sorini of Butte won Outstanding Tourism Volunteer
-Evelyn Schultz reporting for MTN News