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Briefs for May 27, 2020

White-tailed deer in Gallatin County suspected positive for CWD   News from FWP Bozeman — Initial test results have identified a white-tailed buck deer in Gallatin County as being suspect for carrying chronic wasting disease. The deer was euthanized earlier this month in the Springhill...

Briefs for May 27, 2020

UM Art Museum reopens with popular Monte Dolack exhibition UM News Service  MISSOULA – After a two-and-a-half-month closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Montana Museum of Art and Culture at the University of Montana reopened its doors Tuesday, May 19, with strict adherence to saf...

MSU poll shows high marks given to state, local governments for handling of coronavirus crisis 

MONTANA  – A recent online poll of residents in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota and Utah found that a clear majority of respondents gave their governors and state local government high marks for their response to the coronavirus pandemic, with thoughts about the federal government’s response...

Briefs for May 13, 2020

USDA offers farm loans  BOZEMAN — The U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency reminds producers that FSA offers farm ownership and farm operating loans to agricultural producers who may not find success obtaining loans from their traditional financial institutions because of COVID-...

Graying Pains - Montana Fourth Estate Project - Opportunities and challenges in the West's oldest state Graying Pains - Montana Fourth Estate Project - Opportunities and challenges in the West's oldest state

Editor's Note:    Montana is the oldest state west of the Mississippi, and demographic projections show the state growing collectively older as more Montanans enter their senior years. The economic, cultural, and personal impacts of that trend present the state and its residents with new c...

MSU researcher aids discovery of new cellular mechanism related to aging, chronic illnesses

BOZEMAN — A Montana State University biotechnology researcher was part of an international team that recently discovered an internal mechanism, which may protect human cells from oxidative damage.  The discovery could lead to strides in understanding many problems associated with aging and some...

Snowpack more than doubles in western Montana during January Snowpack more than doubles in western Montana during January

News from the Natural Resources Conservation Service BOZEMAN – Abundant moisture spilled into the Treasure State from the Pacific during January, boosting snowpack in all river basins to near or above normal for Feb. 1. In some locations, the amount of water added to the snowpack was record settin...

USDA reminds producers of advance payment option

BOZEMAN — USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service reminds historically underserved producers, who are participating in the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, of the advance payment option. This option allows them to get conservation practice payments in advance of practice implementa...

Cropping seminars offered

From MSU News Service Montana State University Extension will host a free, annual cropping seminar series on Jan. 6-10 in Fort Benton, Stanford, Havre, Chester, Shelby, Cut Bank, Conrad, Choteau and Great Falls. Speakers will cover crop diseases and management, oilseed crops, cropping decision tools and...

Traumatic brain injury leads MSU student veteran to study neuroscience

MONTANA – Montana State University undergraduate Zach Mayne dreamed of defending his country from an early age, and so, for him, there was never a question that joining the military was in his future. Mayne grew up in Thornton, Colorado, and went straight to basic training after high school graduati...


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