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Missoula, Montana’s Venery – Learning the art of hunting, one woman to another

Where Women Learn to Hunt.

We value local food, connecting with nature, and self-sufficiency.

Our goal is to introduce more women to the art and sport of hunting.

Exclusive Savings on BIO 2023 June 5-8, 2023, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

As a member of Montana BioScience Alliance, you are eligible for a $200 discount on Premier or General registration rates. And, if you redeem your code during Early Bird registration, your total savings may exceed $400!

Defying negative stereotypes, humanities majors are booming at the University of California Berkeley

“If the goal of education is to train well-formed leaders and change-makers,” he argued, “shouldn’t it be the case that they are taught empathy, understanding and open-mindedness in order to be the most well-adjusted people they can be, regardless of their occupation?” 

Four reasons why so many tech companies are doing mass layoffs

The tech sector is facing challenges that are also being felt by other industries, but the industry’s trajectory during the pandemic has made it especially vulnerable to downsizings. Here are the main reasons the tech sector has been shrinking:

Since 2002, the National Archery in Schools Program has taught more than 18 million kids about archery, including in Montana’s Flathead Valley

NASP includes students in grades four through 12 with the aim to improve educational performance by learning focus, self-control, discipline, patience and the life lessons required to be successful in the classroom and in life.

Central High students in Billings, Montana aim to strengthen workforce and community through new healthcare club

“Students can begin to see themselves in this career field, begin to learn skills for success in healthcare, begin to network with colleges and healthcare institutions, develop resume and research skills jobs and become leaders in our community,” Central Anatomy and Krista Cunningham, physiology teacher and club advisor. “Basically, students get a springboard to help them get started in healthcare careers.”

Tesla’s Found a Way Around Direct Sales Bans by Putting Dealerships on Tribal Lands

The dealerships and service centers will employ Native Americans from the area as part of an agreement.

Cutting-edge tech made this tiny country a major exporter of food

The Netherlands has used advances in vertical farming, seed technology and robotics to become a global model

Book signing – “The Art Monte Dolack: Vision, Myth, Mystery” 11/26 – 11AM – 1PM – Frame of Mind, Missoula

This gorgeous art book includes many of the artist’s own insights on art making-as well as introducing the reader to many paintings that have yet to be viewed by the public.

‘Quiet quitting’ poses a cybersecurity risk that calls for a shift in workplace culture 

Considering that 82% of data breaches last year involved the human element or human error, security leaders can’t afford to overlook the risks presented by quiet quitting, particularly amid the Great Resignation, where employees expect greater work-life balance.