Montana is a big but not very populated place. It has a lot of mountains to offer, and the state's name is mountain in Spanish. There are quite a few grain farms there, Yellowstone National Park, and Glacier National Park. These places bring in millions of people per year. There's a lot of gold and silver that was mined here in the past, including 144 million dollars in deposits that were found from the year 1862 to 1876. There are still investors, to this day, which work with Montana's mining industry often.