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2022 Montana Housing Partnership Virtual Conference – June 14-15 – Online

The virtual 2022 Montana Housing Partnership Conference is coming up June 14-15. The conference is offering two days packed full of great content including 15 sessions and three great plenary sessions!

US pours $3.5 billion into direct air capture hubs for carbon removal

This is centered on deploying carbon capture technologies on a gigaton scale by 2050, by driving down the cost of carbon capture and storage to $100 per ton.

Bozeman gives watering restrictions final approval

Bozeman residents will be restricted from watering their lawns during most days of the week and during most times of the day under a new ordinance city commissioners approved this week.

REPORT: How innovation will change the world in 2022

From recycled building walls that trap and store carbon, to an app that teaches people to trust the news again, this is a report that give us cause for hope.

Underground car parks used to heat buildings above – Another Huge parking lot in the center of Missoula…..

Modular geothermal panels provide year-round heating and cooling

The New Montana Rail Map? Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority

Passenger Rail Service through Southern Montana ended 42 years ago.

Together, we can bring it back.

“How do you build a log home that will not burn?” Everlog Homes

In 2000, devastating Montana wildfires destroyed hundreds of homes and prompted us to ask: “How do you build a log home that will not burn?”
At that moment, EverLog Systems and our concrete logs were born.

Walking or Biking to Work Could Make You More Productive

New research shows that a bad commute can set the tone for the entire day.

An Interstate Across America — For Everyone Besides Drivers, That Is — Would Pay For Itself in No Time

According to a new report from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, completion of the Great American Rail-Trail — a 3,700-mile shared-use path stretching from the Capitol steps in Washington, D.C. to the coast of Washington State — would generate more than $350 million per year in economic activity in the form of tax revenue, income for workers, and tourism dollars for local communities.

Volunteers wrap up after removing 40 tons of trash under Missoula’s Reserve St. Bridge – Missoula ‘s Reserve St. Public Working Group Meets Every Tuesday at 9:00

“We thought we might come down for a day and clean up this area like we have in years past, but it was more than we thought,” said Kevin Davis, organizer of the cleanups and head of the Reserve Street Public Working Group.

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