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‘Yellowstone’ boom pits lifetime Montana residents against wealthy newcomers

The joke is that the people who moved here because they watched “A River Runs Through It” are now mad at the people moving here because of “Yellowstone”.  

Anaconda keeping up with business and population boom

“Today there’s a lot of success that you can see in all of the retail shops and restaurants and bars and businesses that are opening up in the downtown area.” said Adam Vauthier, executive director of Discover Anaconda.

Bozeman looks at new angle to deal with housing

The city is proposing to retool the PUD process to focus specifically on affordable housing creation, allowing relaxations for developers who are providing affordable housing. At a citizen advisory board meeting this week, senior planner Tom Rogers said the proposed changes were not a silver bullet.

Missoula County Commissioner Josh Slotnick: Requiem for dreams, or not

Coming with a livelihood already intact or money in-hand is now actually a prerequisite for moving to Missoula, or you can’t come at all. The place just costs too much to move here and then figure it out.

Montana West Economic Development June Business Bulletin

Last week Montana West’s staff was in Anaconda for the Spring Montana Economic Developers Association Conference. We joined our colleagues from around the state to talk about broadband, workforce, value-added agriculture and hear program updates from our state and national partners. Thanks to the Anaconda community for hosting us and sharing some of the new projects happening in downtown.

Who qualifies for the affordable housing projects coming to Missoula?

Two developments billed as the largest affordable housing projects in Montana history are under construction. How do you get one?

CBS Sunday Morning Report – Homes designed to resist wildfires

In America nearly 50 million homes are in areas that are prone to wildfires. But residents of Paradise, Calif., who lost their homes to the devastating Camp Fire in 2018, are not giving up.

Wildfire assessments key prevention tool for Montana homeowners

Organizations like the MCFPA have been ramping up “community assessments”, where firefighters talk with homeowners about fire risks

USDA Seeks Applications for Grants to Help Repair Affordable Rental Housing in Montana’s Rural Communities

Eligible applicants include town or county governments, public agencies, federally recognized Indian tribes, and nonprofit and faith-based organizations.

Habitat for Humanity of Missoula seeks land donations to build affordable housing

In an effort to increase affordable housing options in the city, Habitat for Humanity of Missoula seeks homeowners with underutilized backyard space to donate land to community land trusts.

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