Beargrass Grappa and Free-Range Bison in Montana’s Glacier National Park

“Migratory species like mountain goats must be able to negotiate a wide range of altitudes from sea level to mountain tops to survive, and recent studies have concluded that Glacier National Park may well be glacier-free by 2030 because of climate change.”

“Beargrass grappa is a collaboration with another local producer, Glacier County Honey Company, which touts their ‘healthy happy bees kept next to Glacier park.’ According to the company, major flowers visited by the bees include sweet clover and alfalfa.”

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