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Briefs for February 28, 2018

Morris mushes on in Alaska ALASKA — According to the GPS tracker on the Jr. Iditarod website, rookie musher Charmayne Morris, a junior at Polson High School, continues in eighth place traveling from Yentna to Willow, Alaska. Competitors have completed one-half of the 150-mile race from Knik Lake t...

MSU professor focuses camera on vanishing glaciers MSU professor focuses camera on vanishing glaciers

BOZEMAN – Montana State University photography professor Ian van Coller’s efforts to shine a light on climate change have resulted in a series of art books documenting diminishing glaciers, including one that is on exhibit at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Van Coller i...

MSU offers STEM training, kits for after-school programs

News from Montana State University BOZEMAN – A STEM outreach project from Montana State University Academic Technology and Outreach and the Montana Girls STEM Collaborative offers free resources and training to educators who work with middle school students in after-school prog...

MSU offers online course on Montana Climate Assessment

BOZEMAN — Montana State University Academic Technology and Outreach and the Montana Institute on Ecosystems have developed a free online educational module that helps citizens learn about key information from the Montana Climate Assessment. The Montana Climate Assessment is a scientific document that d...

Off to a good start this winter, snowpack best in the west

News from Montana Natural Resources Conservation Service BOZEMAN – The snowpack across most of the western U.S. isn’t looking good in most states, but it’s a different story in the state of Montana, according to snowpack data collected by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service...

Montanans light Capitol Christmas Tree Montanans light Capitol Christmas Tree

News from Office of Senator Jon Tester  WEST LAWN, U.S. CAPITOL – U.S. Senator Jon Tester kicked off the holiday season on Thursday, Dec. 7, alongside Bozeman sixth-grader Ridley Brandmayr as they lit the Capitol Christmas Tree on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building. As the senior S...

Billings attorney campaigns in Polson Billings attorney campaigns in Polson

POLSON — John Heenan said he stands up to bullies for a living, and that’s why he decided to run for Congress. Heenan, the first of six Democrats to announce a run for their party’s nomination next June, said he decided to run for the seat right after this year’s special election t...

Free workshop series will offer information on growing, managing apple orchard Free workshop series will offer information on growing, managing apple orchard

News from Montana State University BOZEMAN – The MSU Western Agricultural Research Center in partnership with Missoula and Ravalli County Extension offices will host a free four-part series on beginning and managing an apple orchard in Montana, Dec. 14 through March 14. The series is free and open...

MSU Extension farm management workshops for 2018

News from Montana State University BOZEMAN – Montana State University Extension will offer farm management workshops in five communities, including Lewiston, Ronan, Choteau, Great Falls and Glasgow, from January to March 2018. Extension economists George Haynes, Kate Fuller and Joel Schumacher ...

USDA offers assistance to protect valuable lands

BOZEMAN — The U.S. Department of Agriculture encourages people and groups wanting to protect critical wetlands, agricultural lands and grasslands to consider enrolling their property into conservation easements. This year, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service plans to invest $250 million...


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