Real estate agents say that interest has hit a fever pitch in recent weeks as more people look to escape urban areas, especially those where the coronavirus has significantly upended normal life.
Could Montana be next?
“With fast, reliable and affordable internet, rural areas will benefit immensely economically, and a lot of younger people won’t end up leaving for the city.”
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Corona Virus Information
- The coronavirus recovery is an opportunity to do everything differently, not go back to normal
“Really, my view is that we need to do everything we can not to go back to normal, because normal was part of the problem,”
- Financial assistance available for Montana artists impacted by COVID-19
Through Montana CARES, individual artists can receive up to $2,500.
- Recovery Dashboard Gallatin, Madison, & Park County, Montana Areas
The Northern Rocky Mountain Economic Development District continues to seek information to measure recovery efforts.
- Missoula Lowe’s Wants to Donate 5,000 KN95 Masks to Local Businesses
“They are KN95 masks and they are fully covered,”
- Montana Cares, Episode 1: Add-A-Tudez Entertainment Company
“One of our driving principles, ever since we started this company, was ‘it’s do or die, and die’s not an option.’”
Montana Department of Commerce
- Montana Housing Newsletter – Montana Department of Commerce
If Montana is to receive its fair sharing of federal funding and potentially gain a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, it’s important for everyone across the state to make sure family, neighbors and friends have completed their Census form.
MEDA -Montana Economic Developers Association
- After the Virus: How We’ll Learn, Age, Move, Listen, and Create
We asked a geriatrician, the CEO of Bandcamp, a public schools chief, a transportation expert, and the US poet laureate what to expect in the wake of Covid-19.
- Montana Food Bank Network awarded $100,000 to feed the hungry
“We already have a waiting list, and we had to stop taking any new people into the waitlist because we know we’re going to get hit for a long time,”
The Telecommuting and Gig Workforce in Montana
Next Generation Broadband in Montana
Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana
Funding and Building your Business
Idaho News & Events
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