Montana isn't just Big Sky Country, the home of Yogi Bear and the setting for "Legends of the Fall." It's also where "A River Runs Through It" takes place. And where a lot of horses are born and die. In fact, Montana has an economy that includes agriculture, ranching, wheat farming, oil and coal mining, lumber, tourism, hard rock mining and services. Not surprising for a state with no highway speed limit, Montana's business licenses and permits are simple and basic. It regulated a number of industries - but not too much. After all, there's room for everyone and everything in Montana.
In Montana, a landscape contractor constructs, maintains, repairs, installs, or subcontracts the development of landscape systems and facilities for public and private gardens and other areas which are designed to aesthetically, architecturally, horticulturally, or functionally improve the grounds within or surrounding a structure, or a tract or plot of land. In connection therewith, a landscape contractor prepares and grades plots and areas of land for the installation of any architectural, horticultural and decorative treatment or arrangement.