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Choteau Area Port Authority posts videos promoting Choteau, Montana with funding from the Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA)

The video cost $2,500 and was paid for through a grant from the Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) with additional funding from CAPA and TBID.

New Visit Montana Video Shows Travelers Big Sky Country is Worth the Wait

“Now is not the time to welcome visitors back to Montana, but when the time is right we want visitors to keep us in mind,” Montana Department of Commerce Director Tara Rice said. “There’s no better way to inspire future visitors than by showing off all Montana has to offer.” 

Letter to Montana Governor Bullock and the Coronavirus Task Force from Coalition of Montana Education-based Nonprofits

We, the undersigned, provide enrichment programs for children outside of the academic setting here in Montana. While each of us is unique, we share some common traits and have some common needs as we envision the reopening of our in-person programs, hopefully at some point this summer.

Bringing the park to you: Rangers use videos to share Yellowstone’s wonders

Twice a week, rangers have used the videos to explain complex science and history to people, giving them a window into the park.

Coronavirus and the Future of Work

It seems very likely that the result of this current period will be an increased shift to remote work.

Great Falls tourism agency is optimistic, despite downturn caused by COVID-19

Great Falls Montana Tourism is offering several resources to people that either want to get away anyway they can now, or plan their next vacation for when the country finally reopens.

The Sweet Return of Philipsburg, Montana – A great place to live and work remotely

Looking to relocate to Montana to work remotely? Check out the cities and towns page for a full list of destinations.

Montana – To Make a Better Place – For This and Future Generations

The book covers the history of the environmental and natural resources revolution that took place in Montana in the 1960s and 1970s.  It is important Montana history as recounted by those who helped build it.

“Love now, explore later” – Emotional video encourages patience for Montana’s Glacier Country travel

Congratulations Glacier Country.   Beautiful.  See you later.

Coronavirus is a once in a lifetime chance to reshape how we travel – Get ready for “virtual journeys.”

In particular, business trips by air and long-distance rail journeys are vulnerable to being replaced by videoconferencing, and we may see less commuting as people and organizations get more used to remote working.