Moose Creek Sanctuary sits in one of the most remarkable areas of Montana. The Big Hole Valley has the kind of scenery that will make you stop alongside the road and pause, the type of recreation that people travel thousands of miles to enjoy, and old-school western nostalgia-driven from its large generational ranches. This valley has a deep agricultural history, known as “The Land of 10,000 Haystacks,” and is famous for the origination of the wooden pole “beaver slide” used for decades to create haystacks. Today, the Big Hole Valley continues to be one of the most prolific agricultural areas in the western United States.
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