Montana Tourism On The Rise Despite Wildfires, Researchers Say

By | February 11, 2018

Glaicer Park’s Logan Pass visitors center on a busy summer day. TOM WESTBROOK (CC-BY-NC-ND-2.0)

Montana Public Radio says… Despite a smoke-filled summer, researchers from the University of Montana say that 2017 was actually a good year for the travel industry. While almost 80 percent of businesses in northwestern Montana say they were affected by wildfires and smoke last summer, those same businesses raked in more than a billion dollars from out-of-state visitors. Read the full article here.

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