One of the largest hindrances to job creation and economic development in rural Montana is limited or no access to broadband. It's crucial that Montana create a plan to bring broadband infrastructure to rural communities across the state.
Beginning hop farmers get by with a little help from friends, grants
The countdown is on. The 2019 Legislative Session will be here before we know it and Montana Farm Bureau is diligently preparing. The political forecast in Helena is always subject to change, but here’s a quick update on what we’re expecting to see regarding Montana's fire preparedness fee.
You think you’re well equipped for these big moments, but when it’s actually upon you, you aren’t. No matter how prepared you are, when the finality of whatever life event is happening slaps you in the face, it’s never enough.
"Enjoy the little things. I know he’ll grow out of this stage, but when he moos at a cow, I get so much enjoyment out of that.” Tracy Gasper describes life on the farm as a new mom.
The countdown is on. With less than 60 days left in the interim, Montana Farm Bureau is diligently preparing for the 2019 Legislative Session. The political forecast in Helena is always subject to change, but here’s a quick update on what we’re expecting to see regarding Aquatic Invasive Species.
Farms of all sizes and commodities should be seriously concerned that even by having good farming practices, following state regulations, being productive members of the community and even a strong Right-to-Farm law are no defense when trial lawyers set their sights on your farm or ranch to cash another big paycheck.
Farm Bureau members were busy reviewing and setting policy during the 99th Annual Montana Farm Bureau Convention.
"We sometimes feel like our voices are not heard, but after being to DC, I realized the only time that happens is when you don’t say anything at all."
Why join Farm Bureau? The most important reason to become a Farm Bureau member is the influence we have in Helena and especially now in our Nation’s Capital.