The 2021 Montana Legislative Session is picking up momentum. In addition to representing our state’s farmers and ranchers in committee hearings, we had several important meetings with agency leaders last week.
The Montana Farmers Union Virtual Conference scheduled for Jan. 27-28 will feature a lineup of speakers and presentations on topics ranging from commodity markets and futures, farm succession, soil health and more.
The 67th Montana Legislature convened Monday, Jan. 4, in Helena. For those who follow the process from home, this year’s mixed-format session, or “hybrid” as they are calling it, will offer an opportunity for remote and virtual participation in the lawmaking process. In addition to giving le…
BOZEMAN – The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Montana State University, formerly MSU Wonderlust, will present “What’s Killing the Bees? Impact of Pathogens and More on Honey Bees” at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 21. The virtual event, held in partnership with the Belgrade Community Library,…
The world’s vital insect kingdom is undergoing “death by a thousand cuts,” the world’s top bug experts said.
HELENA (AP) — An annual report made public by the Montana Department of Labor and Industry has shown that 2019 was slightly more deadly than the previous year in workplaces, with farming the most dangerous industry.
The 2021 Omnibus and COVID Relief Package will help farmers and ranchers hurt by the continuing economic harm caused by the ongoing pandemic, says Montana Farm Bureau.
MontanaPBS will air its new feature-length documentary, “Keeping the Barn,” at 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 9.