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The Northwest Montana chapter of the Back Country Horsemen Helps Educate the Next-Generation of Back Country Packers

The program curriculum is based around a series of clinics during the packing off-season that teach youths the basics of horse packing.

Big Sky Economic Development Annual Meeting- 10/7 – Billings, Montana

Remarkable Builders, Celebrating Entrepreneurs will open with the BSED Board Chairs recapping the accomplishments of the prior fiscal year, followed by the Executive Director Unveiling the 2021 Annual Report and FY 22 Strategic Priorities. To conclude the meeting, we will bring you distinguished legacy entrepreneurs within the community to share their journey as entrepreneurs and the businesses they have created that drive our unique economy and make us economically resilient.

4 ways job interviews have changed since the start of the pandemic

Members of Fast Company’s Impact Council shared how they’re adjusting the interview process, and what new questions they’re asking candidates.

Morphose app developed in Missoula with support from Early Stage Montana

Morphose – an app developed to help aid in-home physical therapy – was just one of several startups to compete in August.

Great Falls Development Authority is working on a new regional economic development strategy

The first step in the process is to hear from the people who live and work in Great Falls.

A listening session will be held on September 15th to discuss strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to the Great Falls economy.

MRWS architectural RFQs due September 24

The Montana Rural Water Systems (MRWS) is soliciting proposals from registered architectural firms to complete the following services for a new training facility. Deadline has been extended to Friday, September 24, at 4:00 pm MST.

GFDA invites public participation in economic development strategy meeting Wednesday – 9/15 –

Brett Doney said the department tweaks their strategic plan every year, but said it’s important to start with a clean slate every once and a while, especially when there’s been major economic disruptions in the world.

New federal vaccination mandate could complicate things for Montana hospitals

“I think it’s very clear if it can go into effect, it will make things safer,” said Dr. Pam Cutler, president of the Montana Medical Association. “It will make life more complicated in Montana, where this is a controversial topic, but it will make things safer for patients and employees.”

Why American Prairie’s plans are good for Montana 

Lately, deliberate misrepresentations have been circulating regarding American Prairie’s proposal to graze bison on six federal allotments in Phillips County. While most Montanan’s who have commented thus far clearly welcome our proposal, some remain committed to a misinformation campaign based on rumors and misdirection. This only serves to perpetuate divisions and erode our civic fabric. As such, I am compelled to set the record straight. 

Rural Documentaries Get a Showing Across Five States Including Montana

Working Films is collaborating with five nonprofit organizations across the country on their Rural Cinema program. Over the next three months, these organizations — based in Montana, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Utah — will show a total of 20 documentaries as a way to open a discussion about environmental topics.