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Growing Crops Under Solar Panels? Now There’s a Bright Idea

In the new scientific (and literal) field of agrivoltaics, researchers are showing how panels can increase yields and reduce water use on a warming planet.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 10-17-21

Check out all the great places in Great Falls to enjoy a great fall day! here’s Elevation 3330 with the award winning hanging pedlet!

Billings mayor emphasizes city’s diversity as Montana opens doors to more immigrants

“Twenty percent of our Billings residents are non-White,” Cole said, “which is far higher than any other major Montana cities. That group is the future of Billings. There’s racial diversity as well as religious diversity.

Which comes first, the doctor or the medical school? Montana attempts more homegrown doctors

Many say the state’s doctors cannot handle a 1000% increase in medical students, though

Made in Montana October Monthly: Membership Update, Tradeshow, Upcoming Events

Save the Date – 2022 Made in Montana Tradeshow – March 11 and 12 in Helena at the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds.

Smartups: Lessons from Rob Ryan’s Entrepreneur America Boot Camp for Start-Ups

In Smartups, Ryan focuses on methods he’s developed over the years for building a sustainable business that makes money. He emphasizes the importance of testing ideas on customers and making sure that a product offers something new and important.

“Boise Is In A Full Fledged Housing Crash” Real Estate Expert – OR – Why the U.S. Housing Boom Isn’t a Bubble

Boise leads the nation in price reductions at 920%.

Missoula Economic Partnership looks to build “inclusive and resilient” economy

A year ago, most business and economic leaders in Missoula hoped the economy would find its way back to pre-pandemic norms by now. But as the pandemic grinds on, there’s a new realization that things may never be the same, and it’s time to plan for an altered economic future.

Jobs abound and wages rise in Missoula, but employees hard to find – Come Home Montana – Career Opportunities in Montana

According to the latest State of Missoula’s Workforce study commissioned by the Missoula Economic Partnership, the average hourly wage in Missoula rose from $24.12 last February to $26.75 this June.

Montana State University to host Technology entrepreneur and investor Behrooz Abdi Oct. 21 for his Orser lecture on uncertainty and disruption in business

The COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and international relations have disrupted people’s lives and created uncertainties about the future, Abdi said. In the talk, Abdi will share stories and examples from his own life that he hopes will inspire students and others to embrace uncertainty as a portal to new possibilities and to thrive on the unknown.