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MATR Newsletter – June 22, 2022
The state with the best education wins!

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”

Nelson Mandela

Today’s MATR Newsletter is sponsored by:

Come Home Montana

Northwestern Energy

  • Northwestern Energy – Bright Magazine

    Energy companies have a long history of improving the quality of life for our communities. In this issue of Bright magazine, we focus on the innovations taking place at NorthWestern Energy.

MEDA -Montana Economic Developers Association

  • For Vibrant U.S. Cities, Invest in Multi-Modal Transportation

    The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, offers U.S. states and cities the chance to invest in transportation systems that modernize infrastructure, expand access and mobility for all people in a community, improve public health and safety, and boost local economies.

  • 6 Steps to Planning Complete Streets

    Download this guide for practical guidance on improving safety, public health, and equity through more complete, multimodal-friendly streets.

  • Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS)

    The Mission West Economic Development District is conducting this survey to gather feedback for the development of our 5-Year Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for Lake, Mineral and Sanders Counties and the Flathead Indian Reservation.

The Telecommuting and Gig Workforce in Montana


  • Typical U.S. Asking Rent Surpassed $2,000 for First Time in May

    While renting has become more expensive, it is now more attractive than buying for many Americans this year as mortgage payments have surpassed rents on many homes. Although we expect rent-price growth to continue to slow in the coming months, it will likely remain high, causing ongoing affordability issues for renters.”

Visit Montana

21st Century Education Initiative – “You Should Care…”


  • Micromobility Growing in Smaller Cities

    Shared mobility services are proliferating in small towns and cities, despite the regulatory hiccups operators have been experiencing in larger markets.

  • Hungarian Company Introduces Improved Solar Modules For Solar Pavement

    “They rely on a new frame structure that provides better protection for the glass surface,” Marketing Manager Helga Ruscsák told pv magazine. “They can be used for pavement, terraces, driveways, sidewalks, parks, bicycle roads, marinas, and low traffic roads, as well as for other industrial and off-grid applications.”

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