ABOUT OUR NAME
What’s In a Name?
Our name, YellowPark Garden, is a collaboration of sorts. (Then again, most great ventures are.) On the northern edge of Yellowstone National Park, the Yellowstone River and the smaller Gardner River converge near Park Street in the tiny town of Gardiner, Montana.
Until this point of convergence, the Yellowstone is a relatively lifeless body of water, fed by a hot geothermal spring. By the same token, the icy waters of the Gardner River are unable to support much life either.
Where they come together, however, temperatures moderate and the oxygen-rich waters spring to life with abundant plant life, aquatic insects, and fish. In addition to being one of the most serene and beautiful places on earth, the confluence of the Yellowstone and Gardner has created a wild haven for world-class trout.
Similarly, YellowPark Garden recognizes that successful business endeavors are dependent upon successful communities; therefore, we work at the confluence of economic and social development interests.
So we think YellowPark Garden isn’t just a great name, it’s a beautiful concept.
“Where they come together, however, temperatures moderate and the oxygen-rich waters spring to life with abundant plant life, aquatic insects, and fish.”