MISSOULA – Two University of Montana researchers were among six final winners nationally to receive $500,000 from the Head Health Challenge I, an up-to-$10 million program sponsored by General Electric Co. and the National Football League
BOZEMAN - Montana State University Extension announced Class II of REAL Montana (Resource Education and Agriculture Leadership), a two-year program focused on building a network of informed and engaged leaders to advance the natural resource industries in Montana
HELENA - It’s that time of year again to get outside and enjoy Montana’s beautiful summer. But with that come some precautions to consider. Montana can get very hot and dry so take measures to keep cool, remain hydrated and stay informed
MSU Extension's Cropland Weed Specialist Fabian Menalled reports that the Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology has received several complaints about field peas that did not fill pods satisfactorily after a Clethodim application. He would like to hear from growe
With the passage of SB 345 by the 2015 Legislature, the Office of Public Instruction (OPI) is following a new process for adoption of content and performance standards. The process involves the establishment of a negotiated rulemaking committee to review and advise the Board of Public Education about rules relating to K-12 content and performanc
Citizen Science Program Offers Opportunities to Monitor Invasive Plants
WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Glacier National Park's Citizen Science Program announces two opportunities to help with early detection of invasive plants along park trails: a Noxious Weed Blitz on July 21 and an online training course for the Invasive Plants Citizen Science program. Both opportunities are free of charge and
HGTV’S NEWEST HIT SHOW “LIVING BIG SKY” RENEWED FOR SECOND SEASON FILMING BEGINS THIS SUMMER
DENVER, CO (JULY 8, 2015) - Back by popular demand, HGTV’s “Living Big Sky” series resumes filming Season 2 in the great, gorgeous Western state of Montana this summer. Season 2 of this popular, unique hybrid h
Summer is prime time for human-bear encounters and Gregg Losinski with the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee and Idaho Fish and Game has tips for minimizing those encounters for hikers, campers and those who live in bear country
MISSOULA – Low-income and first-generation college students, as well as students with documented disabilities, will continue to receive crucial college prep assistance through 2020 thanks to a renewed grant to fund the TRiO Student Support Services program at the University of Montana.
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