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Missoula Food Bank spreads word of free and reduced lunches for students

Statistics show that 25% of Missoulians look to the food bank for meal assistance.

ZerotoFive Montana – Child Care Innovations Webinar Series: Head Start as a Partner

Join us and our special guests, Kathy Rich with the Montana Head Start Collaboration Office and Karen Filipovich with the Montana Head Start Association, to learn more about Head Start and some of the innovative community solutions that exist around the state. 

The dark dawn of a new day in Montana: The dismantling of our public schools by design

Choosing a private education for their child is every parent’s choice to make and ours to honor, but funding it is neither in the public interest nor within the public’s means. Teaching children to divide should be left to the math curriculum, not public policy.

Missoula’s Five Valleys Flying – Experimental Aircraft Association – Raffle Is Now Live

We’re also pleased to announce that we have kicked off our 2022 Fundraising Raffle! Proceeds help us to provide free airplane rides for local youth (Young Eagles), support our scholarship program for aspiring young pilots, and help us support the hangar space that we share with our local community!

Real estate prices, rising rents, put pressure on University of Montana, Montana State

“I hold a lot of space for students to feel those big feelings and be frustrated. I remember being a student and feeling like I didn’t have an outlet, I was yelling into the void,” Cowley said. “There are some major problems here in the state, at UM and in the city… We have solutions already, we just need to get them to the right people and implement them.”

The City of Missoula backs funding for Women’s Business Center at University of Montana

“It’s a program that provides coaching and access to training to aspiring and current female entrepreneurs and small business owners,” said Paul Gladen, director of Blackstone LaunchPad at UM. “Individuals who have a small business idea or existing business, and are looking for help on issues like marketing, financial health or other guidance, can get that coaching.”

How Montana is trying to solve its struggles with teacher pay

As the cost of living rises, teacher pay in Montana remains well below the national average, with negative effects on teacher recruitment and retention. What are lawmakers and administrators doing to solve the problem?

Montana State accepting applications for program focused on agritourism and sustainable agriculture

The Montana Agritourism Fellows Program: Developing Leaders to Advance Sustainable Agritourism is designed to establish and train leaders who will communicate and promote sustainable agriculture topics to farmers, ranchers, professionals and communities. The inaugural cohort will consist of 12 fellows, and applications are due by Saturday, Oct. 1.

Code Girls United Program Registration is Open across Montana!

Registration for Code Girls United\’s FREE after school programs for 4th – 8th grade girls is open!

Registration is now open for free September Montana Farm to School producer workshops

Farmers, ranchers and local food processors can learn strategies for growing and selling their products to school districts at the Montana Farm to School producer training this September.