The Moss Mansion’s 2018 exhibit, FARM TO TABLE: Family and Food in the Yellowstone Valley, explores the concepts of farming, agriculture, cooking, sustainability, and tradition over the last 150 years in the Yellowstone Valley. For the Moss family, like all of Billings, local agriculture and food traditions were integral to daily life. In this exhibit visitors will find original farm equipment used on the agricultural land owned and developed by PB Moss, Moss family recipes, and insight into PB’s entrepreneurial spirit and success that was deeply tied to local agriculture. They will also hear stories from local families and tribes about their own experiences and food traditions that have developed in the local area. Visitors can also expect to learn about contemporary producers and how local agriculture continues to be part of the fabric of Yellowstone Valley life in 2018. We have partnered with Yellowstone Valley Citizens Council’s Food Hub to connect our community with those local producers. Watch our calendar for upcoming dates for food and agriculture events related to this exhibit in 2018.
About the accompanying art exhibit:
Food is integral to communities, families and cultures. It sustains us and becomes the basis for traditions and ceremony. FARM TO TABLE: Family and Food in Montana is an accompanying art exhibit to the Moss Mansion’s 2018 exhibit, FARM TO TABLE: Family and Food in the Yellowstone Valley. The art exhibit explores farming, agriculture, cooking, sustainability, and tradition in Montana over the last 150 years. Two-dimensional works in a variety of media and styles will be accepted. This exhibition will be on view to a local, national, and international population from May 2018 -September 2018.
Enjoy the exhibit during daily tours at normal admission pricing.