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MDA Recycling and Disposal Coordinator Carli Davis

Carli Davis
Pesticide Disposal and Container Recycling Programs

Phone :
(406) 465-0531
Carli.Davis@mt.gov
508 Prairie Dell Rd.
Richland, MT 59260



 


 

 

 

 

Frank Etzler
Natural Resource Section Manager 
Frank.Etzler@mt.gov
Phone: (406) 444-9066
302 N Roberts
Helena, MT 59601


Agricultural News

Public Meeting Notice: Noxious Weed Management Advisory Council Meeting - July 28th

Noxious Weed Management Advisory Council will meet July 28th in Phillipsburg

Public Meeting Notice: Noxious Weed Management Advisory Council Meeting - July 28th

The Montana Noxious Weed Management Advisory Council will meet on July 28, 2021 from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. in Phillipsburg, MT. An agenda will be posted soon. 

For more information, please contact Greta Dige, Noxious Weed Trust Fund Grant Coordinator, at (406) 444-7882 or Greta.Dige@mt.gov.  

 

Governor Gianforte Proclaims Noxious Weed Awareness Week

June 6 - 12, 2021 is Noxious Weed Awareness Week in Montana

Governor Gianforte Proclaims Noxious Weed Awareness Week

Governor Greg Gianforte proclaimed June 6 - 12, 2021 to be Noxious Weed Awareness Week! 

Established through a joint resolution (HJ17) during the 2021 legislative session, the first full week in June is an opportunity to highlight the important work taking place across the state to protect the integrity and productivity of Montana’s precious lands and resources from noxious weeds.

The Montana Department of Agriculture's Noxious Weed Program assists with weed identification and education, compiles annual statewide coordination reports, administers the Noxious Weed Trust Fund Grant Program, certifies forage and other materials as weed-free, and collaborates in statewide noxious weed prevention and management iniatives. Learn more at agr.mt.gov/weeds.

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USDA Announces Cooperative Agreements for Community Compost and Food Waste Reduction

Up to $2 million available for local governments to host Community Compost and Food Waste Reduction

USDA Announces Cooperative Agreements for Community Compost and Food Waste Reduction

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the availability of up to $2 million for local governments to host Community Compost and Food Waste Reduction (CCFWR) pilot projects for fiscal year 2021. The cooperative agreements support projects that develop and test strategies for planning and implementing municipal compost plans and food waste reduction plans and they are part of USDA’s broader efforts to support urban agriculture.

USDA’s Office of Urban Agriculture and Innovative Production (Office) will accept applications on Grants.gov until 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on July 16, 2021. Projects should span two years with a start date of September 25, 2021 and completion date of September 25, 2023.

A pre-recorded webinar will provide an overview of the cooperative agreements’ purpose, project types, eligibility and basic requirements for submitting an application. The webinar and more information will be posted at farmers.gov/urban.