Montana Land For Sale: Over 1900 Listings: Building and Commercial Lots, Agricultural Farm Land
Short History of Montana Land
“Montaña Relucientes,” meaning “shining mountains,” is the spanish term from which we get the name “Montana.”
Although two-thirds of Montana is grassland, the state is home to more than 30 significant mountain ranges. Rising to 12,693′, Granite Peak is Montana’s highest spot, and the River Valley of the Kootenai claims the lowest point in Montana at 1,892′.
Though lands for cattle and sheep grazing, soils for farming and ranching, open space for wildlife, and geologic formations for petroleum and mineral extraction are abundant, other means of commerce include tourist enterprises, trade industries, government agencies, and educational systems, help maintain Montana’s economic landscape.
The lands of Montana offer wet-dry and hot-cold extremes, and although Montana has an abundance of lakes, rivers, and streams, it is not immune to extreme dry periods, which effect this land known for agriculture and ranching.
Not to be outdone in the category of extremes, summer temperatures have reached beyond 115ºF and winter temperatures have plummeted to –70ºF.
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