The University of Montana Environmental Studies program is a diverse, interdisciplinary program that focuses on the concepts of social change and important environmental topics and issues.
The program offers a B.A. and an M.S. with multiple focus areas in each.
Former EVST student Laurie Strand Bridgeman, director of Youth Harvest, was featured in a recent Missoulian article - one of a series of articles and videos highlighting the Youth Harvest program. Youth Harvest is a therapeutic, service-oriented, work program that incorporates therapy with...Read More
The PEAS farm held its 9th annual Fall Harvest Festival this past weekend where up to 500 families gathered to celebrate the fall season. Kids picked and carved pumpkins and pressed apple cider - all with fruit that was grown nearby. This is just one of many celebrations held at the PEAS farm,...Read More
MT Forest Products Week is a state legislated week to celebrate MT’s forests, sustainable forestry, wood products, and the men and women who make it all happen. From Oct. 17-24 Montanans across the state will be celebrating their connection to our state’s forested...Read More
John Francis the Planetwalker came through Missoula in the 1980’s and completed an EVST degree while walking around the planet. After the oil spill in San Francisco Bay in the 70′s John Francis decided that he would help raise environmental consciousness and stopped taking all...Read More
EVST alum Murray Carpenter (1994) participated in several panels at the Festival of the Book this past weekend in Missoula, revealing the little-known truth about caffeine, an addictive, largely unregulated drug. His new work is Caffeinated: How our daily habit helps, hurts, and hooks...Read More
University of Montana's "Forum for Living with Appropriate Technology," better known as the UM FLAT, was highlighted in this Huffington Post article about climate leadership from universities and colleges across the nation. UM's Green Thread program also received an honorable...Read More
Environmental Studies Program
Phil Condon, Director
Tel: (406) 243-6273 | Fax: (406) 243-6090
Jeannette Rankin Hall 106A
32 Campus Drive | Missoula, MT 59812