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UM honors students present solutions to Missoula's affordable housing issues

April 12, 2018View for printing

A University of Montana graduate student spent her first two months in Missoula living in a tent. The reason? She couldn't find an affordable place to live.

When Teigan Avery and Matt Malloy set out to finalize seven months of research on the challenges and solutions to Missoula's affordable housing crisis, they were confronted with one last anecdotal experience.

"That was something that touched us, because we know that everyone in Missoula deals with some aspect of the affordable housing issue we're facing today," said Malloy.

By Martin Kidston ... le-housing/


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