YBRA

YELLOWSTONE-BIGHORN

RESEARCH ASSOCIATION

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New wheels for the 2024 season!

Couldn’t be more excited to thank Sibanye-Stillwater for the generous donation of a 2014 four-door cab style Ford F-150. The truck will replace our beloved yet aging 1979 camp truck, which was originally purchased for the YBRA by the Dutchers!

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YBRA Added to National Register

Be on the lookout for this new plaque in camp during the 2024 field season! In 2023 the Yellowstone Bighorn Research Association (YBRA) was OFFICIALLY listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of Interior in cooperation with the Montana Historical Society. Read more about the listing on the Montana

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Upcoming Events at YBRA for the Week of August 12, 2019!

Update on Events for the week of 8/12/2019 – Bonini Cabin Dedication and Annual Alumni Day and Open House.   ONGOING – THE RESTORE YBRA FUND, BONINI FAMILY FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE This fundraising challenge is intended to support the upkeep of student and faculty cabins at camp.  The Family will match dollar-for-dollar the first $10,000 in donations

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Ecology & Geology Tour: Beartooth Highway

Beartooth Geology & Ecology Tour with Experts SATURDAY, JULY 13, 2019 AT 8:30AMTOUR RETURNS AROUND 5PMThe Carbon County Historical Society in Red Lodge Montana is gearing up for their annual Ecology and Geology Tour of the Beartooth Highway. YBRA Councilors Onboard Since 1996, YBRA councilor, Dr. Phil Robertson, has led one-day excursions exploring the wonders

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GROUND BREAKING AND GEARING UP FOR 2017 SEASON

Summer 2017 season is fast approaching here at YBRA and we could not be more excited for what it will bring! New students, new research, new building projects, and of course, the same great rocks and views at your favorite field station. The Russ Dutcher student dormitory is officially underway as we broke ground for

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The YBRA is a non-profit organization that was established in 1936 to "further fundamental geological science and the training of students under exceptionally favorable conditions."

YBRA conducts geology and other applied field science in the northern Rocky Mountains of Montana and Wyoming.

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