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Missoula’s International Wildlife Film Festival runs Saturday, April 20th- Thursday, April 25th with a “Best Of” screening on Saturday, April 27th.

The mission of the International Wildlife Film Festival is to promote awareness, knowledge, and understanding of wildlife, habitat, people, and nature through excellence in film. The long-standing festival champions wildlife filmmakers and challenges conventional expectations about how we conserve wildlife and habitat.

USDA Partners With Reinvestment Fund to Increase Equitable Access to Healthy Foods in Montana

 USDA Rural Development Montana State Director Kathleen Williams today announced USDA is partnering with Reinvestment Fund to help organizations strengthen local food financing programs and improve access to healthy foods in underserved communities in Montana.

Accenture Life Trends 2024 – The visible and invisible mediators between people and their world are changing.

Five trends explore the decline of customer obsession, the influence of generative AI, the stagnation of creativity, the balance of tech benefits and burden, and people’s new life goals.

E-bike tour guide pedals Yellowstone National Park, Gardiner rides

As the owner of Big Sky Ebike Tours and Rentals in Gardiner since 2020, O’Connor said he’s “living the dream” guiding cycling tours in and around Yellowstone National Park. After all, where else can cyclists possibly see bison, elk, bighorn sheep, bears, foxes, coyotes, deer and a variety of hot pools, fumaroles and geysers in one trip, not to mention spectacular views of the surrounding mountains?

Farewell, Park City? Sundance Film Festival may be coming to your town. – (City Name Here), Montana would be perfect.

The festival, which has taken place in Park City, Utah, since 1981, may be moving

Missoula closing in on incentives program to boost housing affordability

Emily Harris-Shears, the city’s housing policy specialist, on Wednesday said the program began to take shape in 2022 and should be ready for adoption this spring. As it stands, she said, interest among developers is high.

Fighting Every Wildfire Makes Big Fires More Extreme – “In Montana, we do not, and will not, have a ‘let it burn’ policy” Gov. Greg Gianforte

It also may harm forests’ ability to adapt to climate change and effect the way plants and animals interact with fire.

The Great Falls Development Alliance releases updated housing assessment showing increased demand

Adam Seidman of the Concord Group, GFDA’s consultant, said that they project there’s demand for about 650 new housing units per year over the next decade.

Montana school district turns to peer network to boost mental health

According to the Office of Public Instruction’s 2023 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 22.7% of Montana students seriously considered attempting suicide. Twenty-two percent of students actually made a suicide plan.

MMEC – April 2024 Manufacturing News

At MMEC, we grow Montana’s economy by helping manufacturers succeed. We are a statewide manufacturing outreach and assistance center that provides solutions to help Montana manufacturers grow, innovate and enhance their businesses.