oin us for the webinar "Improving Aging Housing Stock, Maintaining Supply" as part of our webinar series aimed at helping people in
rural communities take action on their housing challenges. Who should attend? Concerned citizens, school board members, healthcare administration, realtors, business owners, bankers, economic developers, investors. Everyone is welcome.
MSU Extension has partnered with NeighborWorks Montana to host a webinar series tailored to rural communities. The topics were chosen based on feedback from Extension’s August housing webinar that featured Ben Winchester. Consider hosting a “watch party” with concerned citizens in communities in your regions. Please contact Kaia Peterson at NeighborWorks Montana or myself for more information.
The meeting portion will begin promptly at 4 p.m. and include the election of our new board slate, some highlights from the past year, our strategic plan and finances for the year ahead, and feature videos and speakers. Following the meeting there will be a networking reception with drinks and appetizers.
This remote course will help producers develop a farm food safety plan by detailing the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule, and reviewing the foundations of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs). The course includes a copy of The Produce Safety Rule Grower Training Manual and a certificate of completion that satisfies the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule training requirements.