Montana’s Agricultural Community Embracing Apprenticeships
Local Havre Farm Using Apprenticeships to Build their Workforce
HELENA, Mont.-As businesses across Montana continue to use apprenticeships to build their workforces, one local Havre farm is using this time-honored training model to teach organic farming operations.
Montana made food products gain new marketplace in State Capitol
Several options available during 65th Legislative Session
Helena, Mont. – Folks working or attending the upcoming 65th Legislative Session will have new local food options to choose from. The Montana Department of Agriculture and Montana Department of Administration, with support from the Legislative Services Division, collaborated to connect several Montana food companies with the Capitol food service company “Politically Correct” (located in the basement of the Capitol building) to provide local Montana snack food options for the upcoming legislative session.
Montana Pulse Advisory Committee Public Meeting Notice
November 28, 2016 in Great Falls
Governor Bullock & Department of Agriculture Announce $1.2 Million in Specialty Crop Block Grants
Funds will enhance the competitiveness of specialty crops in Montana
Helena, Mont. – Governor Steve Bullock and the Montana Department of Agriculture today announced nearly $1.2 million in sub-grants through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crop Block Grant Program (SCBG). The program and funds focus on bolstering Montana agriculture through defined specialty crops, including honey, apples, lentils, chickpeas, potatoes, and many more.
Proposals Sought for Pulse Research & Market Development Program
Proposals due November 15, 2016