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How Getting Ready to Sell Your Company Can Ease The Pain and Prepare You For Success

MMEC can help you prepare.

Montana Home For Sale – Fixer Upper – 2 Bed, 1 Bath, 880 Sq Ft Built in 1968 – $15,000,000…

It’s a a quaint and comfortable 2-bedroom cabin nestled in the trees overlooking the lake which was constructed in 1968.

Crippled Jackson Hole, Wyoming commute cultivates community

Residents rally to help each other following the unexpected closure of Teton Pass.

Looks Like Montana’s Popularity For Relocating Is Down

People may be realizing that moving to Montana isn’t easy or as inexpensive as it once was.

MT Department of Commerce awards grant funding to 44 Montana destination events

The Montana Department of Commerce announced today that over $750,000 of grant funding will be shared by 44 destination events to help grow Montana’s economy through tourism. The grant funding is provided through Commerce’s Economic Impact and Destination Event Grant Program.

UM Bio Station Awarded $9.5 Million for Ocean Climate Change Science

Led by Matthew Church, a FLBS aquatic microbial ecology professor, the SUBSEA research team will receive $9.5 million over the next five years to help refine details of ocean carbon cycling and ecosystem resilience. FLBS stream ecology Professor Bob Hall also will assist with the project.

Montana State University students to participate in Baucus Leaders program

Eight MSU students were selected as members of the Baucus Leaders Class of 2024, a program of the Max S. Baucus Institute designed to give college students experience in public service and legislative affairs. They will be stationed in various parts of the world for internships focusing on legislation and climate policies.

Researchers rethink rural wildfire mitigation – Why you should have a concrete log home.

Barrett says the most effective measure would be for state officials to adopt new, fire-resilient building codes, but emphasizes there are steps homeowners can take to limit fire danger:

New Tennessee Law Allows No-Cost Incentives for Affordable Housing

Local governments in the Volunteer State can now offer developers incentives like increased density, lower parking requirements, and priority permitting for affordable housing projects.

New Round of Federal Grants Will Inject Billions into Rural (fewer than 10,000 residents) Renewable Energy Projects

The focus of this round of funding is on communities with fewer than 10,000 residents, reaching across the country from Maine to Alaska.