|Big Sky Innovation Launches new website www.bigskyinnovation.org
a new resource to help meet the needs of the state’s rapidly growing technology business
sector. The website is designed specifically to deliver innovative technology. March 3, 2008
|Montana Department of Commerce has awarded $15,000 in funding
from the Community Development Block Grant – Economic Development (CDBG-ED)
Program to Butte-Silver Bow County. Posted March 3, 2008
|MFU Offers $2,500 in Scholarships for 2008
The Montana Farmers Union (MFU) is offering a total of five educational scholarships of
$500 each to be awarded to deserving Montana Farmers Union members. Posted January 28,
|Funding for Economic Development Projects in Deer Lodge
Governor Brian Schweitzer will announce two economic development grants for the Deer
Lodge community on Tuesday, February 5th. Posted January 28, 2008.
|Hats Off to Froid! Community Center Contract Awarded
The community of Froid, MT, is fast approaching the reality of the brand new 7,200 square
foot Froid Community Center and Firehall. Posted January 18, 2008
|Seed Cost Reimbursement for First-Tme Camelina Growers
Farmers who plant camelina for the first time can get their seed costs reimbursed if they
farm in the 32 counties of northern and eastern Montana. Posted January 18, 2008
|Awards over $1.1 Million in Workforce Training Funds
The Department of Commerce has awarded more than $1.1 million dollars in Workforce
Training Grants (WTG) to four Montana businesses in Billings, Great Falls and Hobson.
|Can Aging N.D. Resist Change Amid Immigration Debate?
More than 1,400 miles from the nation's southwestern border the conflicts many
communities face in dealing with an aging workforce are exposed in North Dakota.
|Governor Announces Scholarships for High School Seniors
Students who perform 100 hours of community service in their community before the May 16,
2008 deadline will qualify for a $1000 educational award.
|Targeted Growth and Green Earth Fuels Announce Landmark Deal
Launching the single largest U.S. contract for the unique biodiesel-specific feedstock. Nearly
all of the initial Camelina production is expected to be grown in Montana.
|Montana Department of Commerce Awards $286,277
Chinook, Hobson, Malta, Roundup and Cooke City were awarded a total of $200,000 and
$86,277 to the Chippewa-Cree Tribe of the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation.