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The road to sustainability in business in Montana

Organizations can look to the many existing sustainability tools and frameworks in order to make progress on their own journey, and make the business world a little bit greener.

Want to Fix Urban Sprawl? Ditch the Cul-de-Sac

“The question is, can we build cities that provide travel choices that aren’t car dependent, that are sustainable and equitable?”

Adam Millard-Ball UC Santa Cruz

Ravalli County asks governor to consider economic plan for revitalization following pandemic

The resulting 20-page COVID-19 Emerge Strong Plan analyzed the needs of economic drivers impacted by the pandemic and created a near $22 million budget to stabilize and rebuild those businesses.

’20 Is Plenty’ – D.C. cuts speed limit to 20 mph to curb pedestrian deaths

Speed limits in Washington, D.C. are safer for everyone.

Meeting our Economic Needs Together- Webinar on Housing Cooperatives – 6/11 – 2:00PM to 3:30PM

Presenters will be Katie Biggs, Marketing & Resource Development Manager for NeighborWorks Montana, and Julie Foster, Executive Director for Ravalli County Economic Development Authority.

MEDA Remote Worker Group Call @ Thu Jun 4, 2020 11:15am – 12:15pm (MDT)

The MEDA working group is collaborating to develop marketing and information to encourage these workers to consider Montana and build a support network for teleworkers. 

Hunger Program’s Slow Start Leaves Millions of Children Waiting

One problem: Outdated state computers.

MSU researchers conduct research to better understand why young adults choose to move to rural Montana

“There’s a huge misconception that young adults are not actively choosing to live in rural Montana,”

New website helps residents learn about Missoula projects

“We’re really hopeful that this tool will expand on our options and ability to reach folks because we know that traditional methods can be limited and that not everyone feels comfortable contributing in those ways,” said Montana James, the city’s community development program manager.

Will the Pandemic Cause Food Shortages?

Wharton’s Marshall Fisher talks with Wharton Business Daily on Sirius XM about what’s behind the supply chain disruptions in grocery stores.