Rural Montana Life Community Groups
The Town of [Wild Horse] Plains, in the Cabinet Mountians Valley of western Montana, was named for the thousands of wild horses grazing in the mild winter months a century ago. The residents of the Plains area are the members of community groups who vision, plan, and work together on community goals.
The myPlains 2030 Visioning and Planning Study will have two formats. A narrative format for the general reader and an academic format for publication and researchers.
Research is a time-consuming activity. For transparency, both the narrative and academic formats will be available as they are written on this website. Expect this study to publish four papers in the October months of 2022, 2024, 2026, and 2028.
21 July 2021
Dr. Charles Bickenheuser, Researcher
A Rural Western Montana Community's Visioning and
Planning for the Future: A Grounded Theory Inquiry
Charles W. Bickenheuser
About Montana, LLC
Charles W. Bickeheuser, ORCID ID: 0000-0001-8214-9201
There are no conflicts of interest to disclose.
Correspondence concerning this study should be addressed to:
Charles Bickenheuser EdD, PO Box 1435, Plains MT 59859