• Image of bunkhouse row.

    Grant-Kohrs Ranch

    National Historic Site Montana

Our Staff & Offices

Division of Administration

  • Jacqueline Lavelle, Superintendent (406) 846-2070 ext. 221
  • Anita Dore, Administrative Officer (406) 846-2070 ext. 222
  • Pat Logan, Administrative Support Assistant, (406) 846-2070 ext. 224

Division of Maintenance

  • Alan Stewart, Facility Manager (406) 846-2070 ext. 240
  • Willy King, Maintenance Mechanic (406) 846-2070 ext. 237
  • Gentry Medlock, Exhibit Specialist (406) 846-2070 ext. 235
  • Ron Knudson, Maintenance Mechanic Helper (406) 846-2070 ext. 237
  • vacant, Laborer (406) 846-2070 ext. 237

Division of Natural and Cultural Resources

  • Chris Ford, Integrated Resource Program Manager (406) 846-2070 ext. 242
  • Jason Smith, Natural Resource Specialist (406) 846-2070 ext. 232
  • vacant, Range Technician (406) 846-2070 ext. 241
  • Allen Tate, Irrigator (406) 846-2070 ext. 229
  • Peggy Gow, Museum Technician (406) 846-2070 ext. 243

Division of Interpretation & Visitor Services

  • Julie Croglio, Chief of Interpretation & Education (406) 846-2070 ext. 226
  • Lyndel Meikle, Park Ranger (406) 846-2070 ext. 228
  • Lori Jensen, Education Technician (406) 846-2070 ext. 230

Superfund

  • Jeffrey Johnson, CERCLA Project Manager (406) 846-2070 ext. 231

Did You Know?

Historic image of cattle drive.

Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day. The cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months. Kohrs bought two-year-old steers and brought them north to graze on the rich grasses of eastern Montana.