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Montana Magazine has a long tradition of providing its subscribers with a premium print product that allows readers to connect with Montana as they enjoy each page.
Our website offers the opportunity enhance that experience. You’ll find more photos, more about the people inside the pages of each magazine and more about Montana through our blog and online extras.
We hope you take a minute to explore the features of the site, get to know us and get to know our magazine. Perhaps it will entice you to join the thousands of subscribers that already receive Montana Magazine in their mailboxes throughout the year.
Don’t hesitate to call or email me with any questions, comments, story ideas or to simply introduce yourself.
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Montana Magazine was founded in 1970 as “Montana West: Magazine of the Northern Rockies.”
Nearly 44 years later, it’s the largest and oldest privately owned Montana-based magazine in the state.
Along with showcasing the state’s landscapes, scenery and wildlife through its stunning photography, the six yearly issues of Montana Magazine highlight the stories of people and issues that span the Last Best Place.
Jenna Cederberg is the editor of Montana and works at its headquarters in Missoula along with a top notch subscription, sales associate and design team.
Montana Magazine relies on an extensive group of professional freelance writers and photographers to fill its pages with the stories and photos of Montana. Our team is spread across the state, living and breathing the adventures Montana has to offer so they can share the stories with you.
Learn more about our team and contributors page.
Jenna Cederberg | Editor
Jenna Cederberg is the editor of Montana Magazine.
Jenna is Missoula native with a lifelong passion for journalism and Montana. She grew up finding trouble in the south hills of Missoula, along with visiting grandparents and cousins across Montana, spending many days in Havre, Dillon and Twin Bridges.
She graduated with a print journalism degree from Washington State University in 2007.
A former editor of the Lake County Leader and former Missoulian business newspaper reporter, Jenna was hired as the editor of Montana Magazine in November 2013.
She lives in the Slant Streets of Missoula with her ornery cat Gus and black Lab Lulu.