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MSU team receives $282,000 grant from USDA for new approach to tribal issues

May 10, 2017View for printing

Montana State University researchers who look for solutions to some of the world's problems have received a $282,000 grant to develop a new approach to issues on Montana's Indian reservations.

With its three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the team will collaborate with eight tribal college students with a passion for solving problems related to food, health and agriculture, said principal investigator Holly Hunts. She is an associate professor of consumer economics in MSU's College of Education, Health and Human Development.By Evelyn Boswell for the MSU News Service

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