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Come Home to Great Falls – Economic Development Top 10 for 3-26-23

Through our talent attraction efforts we often hear stories of Great Falls natives returning to the community after experiencing out-of-state living. They are drawn to the small town feel of Great Falls, the bountiful recreational opportunities, and low cost of living. Tara and Jason Beam chose to move back to Great Falls and started Roadhouse Diner.

Join Hellgate Hunters & Anglers for the 15th Annual Wild Night for Wildlife! – 4/29 – Free Cycles Missoula

Hellgate Hunters and Anglers invites you to our 15th Annual Wild Night for Wildlife. Your favorite wild game plates, frosty local brews, and outstanding auction items and raffle prizes will be back like never before.

Montana Photonics Industry Alliance March 2023 Newsletter

The MPIA is excited to share about our upcoming trainings, new community partners, and our community engagements.

Renewable Energy Survey for Residents of Blaine, Cascade, Choteau, Fergus, Glacier, Hill, Judith Basin, Lewis and Clark, Liberty, Meagher, Pondera, Teton, and Toole Counties in Montana. 

Attached is a survey which by your communities’ responses will help shape our Food, Ag, and Bioprocessing and Farm-derived Renewable Energy business development strategies for the next three years! 

Bozeman looking at reducing speed limits

While presenting to the Transportation Board this week, Ross said a 10% decrease in speed has been found to be associated with up to a 38% decrease in fatalities and a 27% decrease in serious injuries.

In Montana, It’s Youth vs. the State in a Landmark Climate Case

Watching their cherished wilderness succumb to the effects of climate change enraged the Busse boys, and three years ago, they decided to do something about it. Along with 14 other local youth, they joined with an environmental legal organization and sued the state.

TED Talk – How to keep your hometown from becoming a ghost town

From the closure of the iconic Route 66 to the roller-coaster history of Buffalo, New York, Paget reveals the power of sharing your town’s “civic story” to spark local revitalization

Learn the Basics of Broadband from Our Limited Series – 4 week email course. Pew Charitable Trusts

How does broadband internet reach our homes, phones, and tablets? What kind of infrastructure connects us all together? What are the major barriers to broadband access for American communities?

Montana Senator Jon Tester, Senate Republicans Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Stop Foreign Adversaries from Buying U.S. Farmland

The Protecting America’s Agricultural Land from Foreign Harm Act would prohibit China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea from purchasing or leasing U.S. farmland

How Likely is Passenger Rail through Missoula and Middle Montana? Zoom Recording

Passenger rail through Missoula is unlikely to happen anytime soon, says railroad veteran Mark Meyer. We  discussed the reasons why with this long-time passenger rail advocate on Zoom on March 21st