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GFDA invites public participation in economic development strategy meeting Wednesday – 9/15 –

Brett Doney said the department tweaks their strategic plan every year, but said it’s important to start with a clean slate every once and a while, especially when there’s been major economic disruptions in the world.

Officials say collaboration key to managing Bozeman, Gallatin County growth during MSU panel

It’s obvious that Bozeman and Gallatin County are growing. But the question isn’t how to stop it, it’s how to manage it.

This new mixed-income housing complex comes with its own farm

The 361-unit complex will also have enough land to produce 20,000 pounds of produce a year, available at a discount to residents.

Whitehall, Montana Community Library sets up new business resource center

Thanks to a grant given by Montana Libraries SPARK, the library opened a business resource center to help new and established owners find the information they need as quickly as possible.

Meet This Year’s WIRED25: People Who Are Making Things Better

The scientists, technologists, artists, and chefs who are standing between us and species collapse.

The Great Uprooting – Instead of asking more Montanans to come home, we should figure out more ways for them to stay

Some of our best “essential” workers are leaving the area and the ones who remain are likely on the brink. An extraordinarily busy summer exposed an economy falling out of balance with no easy fix. While some have lamented the lack of affordable housing programs, they were rarely used and largely ineffective when they were in place.

The WIRED Guide to Self-Driving Cars

How a chaotic skunkworks race in the desert launched what’s poised to be a runaway global industry.

Rural Documentaries Get a Showing Across Five States Including Montana

Working Films is collaborating with five nonprofit organizations across the country on their Rural Cinema program. Over the next three months, these organizations — based in Montana, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Utah — will show a total of 20 documentaries as a way to open a discussion about environmental topics.

Partnership to test magnetizable road concrete for electricity charging

The new development will explore embedding recycled ferrite particles into concrete as a more economical option for electricity charging on the road

Owning a car will soon be as quaint as owning a horse

The shift away from private vehicles will happen faster than we think