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League of Women Voters hosts webinar on MT climate extremes

News from the League of Women Voters HELENA — The League of Women Voters Montana is hosting a free public webinar “Climate Extremes in Montana: Stories of Change and Resilience” on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m., featuring climate specialists from the Montana Climate Office and (CSKT). T...

Some Bozeman landlords (no kidding) are putting community before profit

News from Janie Osborne, Montana Free Press BOZEMAN — The average cost to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Bozeman is nearing $2,000 a month.  Renters report dramatic monthly increases when their leases are up, and the vacancy rate is consistently below 2%. In short, you’re lucky to find...

$15M invested in climate-smart agriculture, community agriculture, invasive species

News from USDA BOZEMAN — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced it will invest $15 million this year for the Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) Classic program. Through CIG, grantees work to address our nation’s water quality, water quantity, air quality, soil health and wildl...

Briefs for June 29, 2022

Army 2nd Infantry to hold 99th annual reunion News from the Second Infantry Division Association KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI — The Second Infantry Division Association will be holding its annual national reunion in Kansas City, Missouri from Sept. 28 to Oct. 2, 2022. We would like to let veterans o...

USDA seeks applications

News from USDA  BOZEMAN — The U.S. Department of Agriculture is making $43.1 million available this year for two national-level funding competitions that support community agriculture.  This is the third year that USDA is offering these national funding opportunities through the USDA ...

Montana streamflow forecasts increase after April precipitation adds to snowpack Montana streamflow forecasts increase after April precipitation adds to snowpack

News from USDA BOZEMAN — After nearly three months of waiting for typical winter weather, cool temperatures and precipitation finally arrived during April in Montana. Prior to April, northwest Montana had been the largest recipient of precipitation this water year. “Weather patterns shifted ...

New Hyundai in Bozeman creates more than 50 jobs New Hyundai in Bozeman creates more than 50 jobs

News from the Office of Greg Gianforte BOZEMAN — On May 5 Governor Greg Gianforte welcomed Hyundai Motor Group to Montana after the company announced it will locate its New Horizons Studio headquarters in Bozeman. Hyundai’s NHS is a unit focused on the development of Ultimate Mobility Vehicl...

Third consecutive month of below normal snowfall reported Third consecutive month of below normal snowfall reported

News from Natural Resources Conservation Service BOZEMAN — March did not bring a much-needed shift to active weather patterns that would have benefited our mountain snowpack. March precipitation was well below normal across most of Montana. As a result, most snowpack percentages decreased for the ...

Soil Talks: join the conversation

News from NCRS BOZEMAN —  The Montana Association of Conservation Districts, Montana Watershed Coordination Council and partners are reaching out across the state for input. This coalition is working to find out what more might be done to better support farmers and ranchers in managing soils ...

Briefs for Feb. 23, 2022

Scholarships available to PHS students News from the PSEF POLSON — Twenty-six different scholarships for Polson students will become available this spring. These scholarships, 13 for high school seniors and 13 for Polson High School graduates, are provided by Polson Scholarship and Education ...


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