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Small Potatoes – Big Sky Economic Development – Upcoming Trainings

Interested in learning more about growth & success, inevitable changes, the year ahead and exiting your business?

Montana – Israel Virtual Trade Forum – 12/3- 9AM MST – Online

This event will highlight opportunities to grow trade between Montana and Israel, with special focus on the agricultural/ag-tech industry.

Montana Economic Developers Association [MEDA] December News – and a special alert

A special alert:  Thanks to the MT CARES Act and coordination with several partners, a special MEDA Scholarship Round will be announced in the next few days.   Be on your email lookout for details.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 11-30-20

Here is our Top 9 for last week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle. And, sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.

Is High-Flying Bozeman, Montana Losing The Nature Of Its Place?

Is this capital city of Greater Yellowstone, along with Gallatin County, becoming the poster children for how not to develop a wild corner of the American Serengeti?

Red Ants Pants represents Montana in national small business holiday gift guide

Montana will be represented in the inaugural Small Business Majority’s Holiday Gift Guide by Sarah Calhoun’s business Red Ants Pants of White Sulphur Springs. 

Billions available for farmers seeking COVID assistance

Farmers and ranchers can apply directly at www.farmers.gov/cfap or by contacting their local USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Office.

State grant helps Tumblewood Teas in Big Timber move manufacturing from China to Montana

Now sold all across the country and in parts of Canada, co-owner Riza Gilpin said it all started with a simple dream.

Montana’s Missouri River Country

An unending sky delivers a feeling of no borders or confinement where one can stretch and breathe. This is Montana’s Missouri River Country.

‘Trust in Walking’ by Whitefish, Montana author Antonia Malchik

The crux of the book is the relationship between walkability and communities. Malchik argues that walkability correlates with trust within communities, resulting in lower crime and better health and resiliency.