Montana community members invited to participate in Reimagining Rural program – 9/8 – 9/22 – 10/6 – Online
September 8 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Citizens of 16 rural Montana communities are invited to participate in the third annual Reimagining Rural virtual gathering set for three evenings this fall. Reimagining Rural is a program offered through Montana State University Extension that invites community members in small towns to hear new ideas for rural community vitality. The events are meant to inspire and motivate attendees to imagine a brighter future for their towns.
The Reimagining Rural virtual gathering includes three statewide sessions, which are broadcast via Zoom to groups gathered in-person in participating towns. Following each session’s speakers, local groups will have a facilitated conversation about how new ideas might work in their communities.
Participating communities include Boulder, Cascade, Columbus, Cut Bank, Forsyth, Glasgow, Glendive, Lewistown, Malta, Rudyard, Terry, Valier, Wheatland County, Whitehall, Wibaux and Worden/Ballantine.
Reimagining Rural also aims to help communities connect across the state.