The Montana Farmers Union is holding its inaugural Women’s Conference this weekend at the Heritage Inn in Great Falls. Speakers will include experts in business plan writing and estate planning, garden composting and food preservation
Montana State University’s Department of Agricultural Economics/Economics and Extension in collaboration with the Risk Management Agency, Montana Grain Growers Association (MGGA), Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA), and Pondera County Extension (Dan Picard, Extension Agent) are offering risk management education for limited resource and beginning farmers and ranchers in Montana
Now that Thanksgiving dinner is over, you can add one more item to your list of blessings...no one left your table hungry. In fact, look at all those leftovers! Here, thanks to Pondera County Extension Agent Wendy Wedum, are a few valuable tips for handling and storing leftovers safely:
Having leftover turkey and other dishes means you can have additional tasty meals after your feast
The Amber Alert for little Alvin Barnett has been cancelled. Alvin and his father, Robert Barnett, have been located in Whitefish. Robert Barnett has been taken into custody, and the boy is safe. More details will be released soon
There's no argument that the winter storm that buried the Golden Triangle in snow last week was a brute. But if you watched any of the coverage on The Weather Channel, you heard them refer to it repeatedly as "Brutus". Yes, TWC- and so far only TWC- is naming major snowstorms this winter. You can read the rational behind the decision HERE, but it boils down to three arguments:
WEST GLACIER, MONTANA- Entrance fees to Glacier National Park will be waived Saturday through Monday, November 10-12, Veteran’s Day Weekend, in honor of those that serve and have served in the United States Military
Helping a community reach its full potential takes collaboration. Not only between community partners such as public health, hospitals, health centers and other important organizations, but the people must be involved as well. No one has a better understanding of what they need than the people themselves. That is why the public is being asked for their help in a very important survey.
On her extension report today, Pondera County Agent Wendy Wedum mentioned a brochure titled "Let's Talk Turkey", published by the USDA. The 2-page flyer is packed with information on safely thawing and cooking your holiday turkey, as well as storing and reheating the leftovers
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