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Commerce Announces Grants Available to Strengthen Montana’s Main Street Communities

“These grants will help Montana communities restore healthy community districts and preserve the historic structures that make Montana the special place we all know and treasure.”

It’s official: Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority forms, eyes southern route

It’s the first such rail authority ever established in Montana.

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.

Remote work can’t change everything until we fix this $80 billion problem

The U.S.’s rural areas still suffer from limited broadband availability. Addressing that may take both government investment and new technologies.

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.

‘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.

Montana’s Public Lands: promises and peril

Campaign pledges to champion Montana’s public lands will be put to the test in 2021. Here’s where you can expect to see the rhetoric hit the road.

Congress must pass Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act: Here’s why

Aldo Leopold, heralded as the father of modern wildlife biology, wrote “The first step in intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts.” The sciences of conservation biology and landscape ecology provide insights vital to the viability of species and protection of habitats essential to native fish and wildlife.

‘Yellowstone’ show spends big in Missoula

The economic impact of a well-funded Hollywood production coming here has been sizeable, as local small businesses and workers take advantage of a studio payroll.