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Fitbits for cows: Precision agriculture in crops, livestock systems big topic at MSU conference

Montana State University professors highlighted upcoming technology for agricultural crops and livestock at the annual Agricultural Economics conference in Bozeman last Friday.

Idaho left early education up to families. One town set out to get universal preschool anyway

Today, though, American Falls is a town transformed.

Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority Monthly Board Meeting – November 8th – Online

Our November board meeting this Wednesday includes a special guest and the general manager of Front Range Passenger Rail of Colorado. We’ll also hear critical BSPRA Committee and Executive Management updates.

GFDA – Upcoming Trainings: Government Contracting, Produce Safety Grower Training and more!

Startup Roadmap  November 9

Loneliness Is a Policy Problem. A Big One. What Is Your Community Doing? — City Club Missoula – Monday, November 13, 2023

Lack of human connection is bad for your health. Responding to an advisory from the U.S. Surgeon General that a loneliness epidemic is affecting half of all Americans, San Antonio has been pushing out resources to help build bonds between community members.

GFDA Top Ten for 11-5-23

Investing in economic development means creating opportunities, fostering innovation, and establishing a foundation for sustainable success. Nobody understands this more than our committed team of investors and public partners. Learn more about our supporters and what drives them

Why a Business’s Best Advocates Are Its Employees

Janice Bryant Howroyd, founder of ActOne, is known as the first Black woman to own and operate a billion-dollar company. She spoke at the 2023 Inc. 5000 Conference about the difference between marketing and advertising.

News Just For YOU! Big Sky Economic Development

Friday In Billings, local high school students attended the Montana Bioscience Alliance in Healthcare to find out what the medical field might hold for them in terms of careers.

25% faster and 40% better. This is how managers can leverage the productivity promise of generative AI

A new report from Harvard Business School and BCG reveals the most successful companies using AI achieve over 20% of earnings from AI before interest and taxes.

High Country News November News – The Climate Crisis Is Everywhere

The climate crisis affects everything, from where we live to what we eat to how we deal with crime. In Washington, extreme weather and COVID-19 pushed over-strained prisons to the brink, leading some to ask: Why not let people out? In Kasigluk, Alaska, buildings are succumbing to rising sea levels and melting permafrost, but relocating entire communities isn’t easy.