Voices of Montana Upcoming Show Calendar

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VOICES OF MONTANA SHOW CALENDAR:


< 2017 >
September 21 - September 27
  • 21
    21.September.Thursday
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    Lorri Clark Cory--Speaking Against the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.09.21
    Lorri Clark worked with the MDPHHS and now is firmly against the state run organization.
  • 22
    22.September.Friday
    Bitterroot Forest

    Kaye Norris - HealthCARE MT.

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.09.22
    Kaye Norris will be our guest from HealthCARE MT.One of the best kept secrets but most newsworthy is the HealthCARE MT grant - a $15 Million grant through the US DLI that is making healthcare education and apprenticeship accessible to all Montanans - even in the most rural areas.  The grant is in it's last year and has MANY accomplishments. It is working with 15 two year colleges and over 200 healthcare employers (especially the rural critical access hospitals) to get healthcare education on-line and distance-and to develop healthcare apprenticeships in Montana. It's a huge deal that no one is reporting on.
  • 23
    23.September.Saturday
    No events
  • 24
    24.September.Sunday
    No events
  • 25
    25.September.Monday
    kellieann

    Kellieann Morris--Montana Weed District Coordinator

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.09.25
    Cannot determine address at this location.
    Noxious weeds have a destructive impact on Montana's landscape by displacing native plant species, increasing soil erosion, and decreasing wildlife habitat and recreational opportunities. Rangeland, pastureland, cropland, forests, and wildlands cover 92 million acres, 98% of the total land area, in Montana. These lands are vital for agricultural production and protecting the integrity of ecosystems.The Department's Noxious Weed Programs offer resources and assistance with the management of state- and county-listed noxious weeds.
    • The Noxious Weed Trust Fund Grant Program is a reimbursable grant program, providing up to $75,000 per grant. Grant awards assist counties, landowners, local communities, researchers, and educators in their efforts to solve a variety of noxious weed problems in Montana. Additional information can be found in the grant guidelines.
    • The Noxious Weed Seed Free Forage certification program provides inspections and certification of forage products such as hay, pellets, and straw. Certified forage is required when using horses or pack animals on public land in Montana. Government agencies and public utilities are required to use weed free mulches, bedding materials and erosion control barriers in their work. Use of certified forage prevents new infestations of noxious weeds.
  • 26
    26.September.Tuesday
    declaration of Independance

    Yellowstone County District Judge Russell Fagg

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.09.26
    Yellowstone County District Judge Russell Fagg is stepping down this fall and will consider a return to a political career.Russell Fagg will resign Oct. 13. He will scheduled to start his own law firm, but the former Republican state legislator is also considering a return to politics.Many political insiders are saying that Judge Fagg, will announce his campaign for United States Senate, against Democrat, Jon Tester sometime in mid September.His replacement will be appointed by the governor in the next few months, but will have to face election in November 2018.Fagg is 56, And said he will return to private practice and focus on mediation, a key cog of U.S. justice focused on resolving cases before they go to trial. 
  • 27
    27.September.Wednesday
    Kerry White

    Montna Rep. Kerry White--Should We Sue The DEQ?

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.09.27
    Cannot determine address at this location.
    I believe the Montana Department of Environmental Quality has a responsibility to provide us with a clean and healthful environment as stated in Article 2 Section 3 of our state Constitution. Maybe a class action lawsuit against the DEQ would be in order.Rep. Kerry White, Montana Legislature (R) HD-64

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< 2017 >
September 21 - September 27
  • 21
    21.September.Thursday
    No events
  • 22
    22.September.Friday
    No events
  • 23
    23.September.Saturday
    No events
  • 24
    24.September.Sunday
    No events
  • 25
    25.September.Monday
    No events
  • 26
    26.September.Tuesday
    No events
  • 27
    27.September.Wednesday
    No events

 

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