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Wanted: Montana ( and other states) host families for international students

Students from throughout the world come to the United States every year to not only study in our schools but to gain a better understanding of our American culture. And without the help of gracious host moms and dads, their education wouldn’t be possible.

GFDA Top Ten for 6/23/24

The Montana Innovation Partnership is offering a number of trainings and an accelerator program for companies interested in pursuing Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants.

Abundant, Affordable, Climate-Friendly Homes: What Part 1 of the National Definition of a Zero Emissions Building Means for Housing

This week, the US Department of Energy (DOE) finalized Part 1 of a national definition of a zero emissions building, focused on operational carbon emissions.

How an American Dream of Housing Became a Reality in Sweden

The U.S. once looked to modular construction as an efficient way to build lots of housing at scale, but Sweden picked up the idea and put it into practice.

Two Montana Cities Make Top 20 For Best Ran In America.

Several factors determine which towns and cities are best and according to one source, two Montana towns have just made the Top 20 Best Ran Cities in America.

Micro-factories build eco-friendly, economical homes

This automated system makes construction cheaper and more efficient

Missoula Economic Partnership hears business concerns, from rising rent to parking

The organization, one of the city’s leading economic arms, said local businesses in recent months have expressed a range of concerns regarding the city’s current economic climate.

Montana Home For Sale – Fixer Upper – 2 Bed, 1 Bath, 880 Sq Ft Built in 1968 – $15,000,000…

It’s a a quaint and comfortable 2-bedroom cabin nestled in the trees overlooking the lake which was constructed in 1968.

Looks Like Montana’s Popularity For Relocating Is Down

People may be realizing that moving to Montana isn’t easy or as inexpensive as it once was.

Researchers rethink rural wildfire mitigation – Why you should have a concrete log home.

Barrett says the most effective measure would be for state officials to adopt new, fire-resilient building codes, but emphasizes there are steps homeowners can take to limit fire danger: