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From farming and ranching to light and heavy industry, Montana’s economic environment is dependent on geography, which is why buying land for sale in Montana is an excellent investment.

Originally, most of Montana’s economy was directly based on the land. Today, Montana’s economic landscape is based on tourist enterprises (fishing, hunting, skiing, dining, etc.), trade industries, government agencies, educational systems, and other types of commerce.

While having yielded to new forms of modern commerce, indirectly related to the land, Montana’s economy continues to benefit directly from its land through cattle and sheep grazing; acreage for homes and commercial buildings; soils for farming and ranching; open land for hunting and fishing; and geologic formations for petroleum and minerals (e.g., clay, coal, copper, garnet, gold, phosphate, platinum, sapphire, talc, vermiculite), all of which are just as important for maintaining Montana’s economy as are the more “modern” industries.

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Montana Land Listings $300000 To $400000Montana Land Listings Above $2.5 Million

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Montana Topography

Although two-thirds of Montana’s topography consists of rolling grasslands, the state of Montana is home to more than 25 significant mountain ranges. Rising to 12,693′, Granite Peak is Montana’s highest elevation, and the River Valley of the Kootenai claims the lowest point in Montana at 1,892′.

“Montaña Relucientes,” meaning “shining mountains,” is the Spanish term from which we get the name “Montana.”

Montana Geography

Regardless of your geographic position in the State, the lands of Montana offer wet-dry and hot-cold extremes, and although the State has an abundance of lakes, rivers and streams, it is not immune to extreme dry periods, which effect these western lands known for their agriculture and ranching history.

Not to be outdone in the category of extremes, summer temperatures in Montana have reached beyond 115ºF (46C) and winter temperatures have plummeted to –70ºF (-56C).

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