Talking – and listening – to our neighbors is an important first step toward creating a more connected and engaged community. 


That’s what A Seat at the Table was all about. On Thursday, October 25th, over 900 members of our community came together to talk about ideas and hopes for Gallatin County. When we come together as a community to listen to and learn from each other, we have the power to impact both neighborhoods and lives. That’s what A Seat at the Table is all about.


The information and data that was collected is a community asset.

Explore the highlights of the quantitative data visualized with graphs and charts in our quantitative report.


Want more data? 

Experience a more in-depth view of the findings and data in the reports below.

BRIEF quaLitative

An executive summary and key takeaways from the qualitative data.

Full quaLitative

Read in-depth conversation summaries from survey data collected.


Explore the full quantitative data gathered from participants and hosts.



Table for Two:
Foundation Leaders Talk On the Table

In this “Table for Two,” Pedro Ramos, president and CEO of the Philadelphia Foundation and Bridget Wilkinson, executive director of the Bozeman Area Community Foundation the heads of two very different community foundations discuss how they embraced their role as On the Table conveners and used what they learned to inform their work.




Curious about where we’ve been? Here’s a peek at our past event dates:



February 20th

Manhattan Planning Board



Bozeman Planning Board

February 21st

Three Forks Planning Board



Big Sky Chamber of Commerce

February 25th

Belgrade Planning Board



Big Sky Community Organization


February 20-21

Bozeman Pecha-Kucha Night. Watch below: