Public lands policy is complicated. There are many groups with diverse and often competing interests vying for their agendas when it comes to establishing public lands policies. Approximately 30% of ... Click to Listen
Have you seen wildlife in Montana that look emaciated – scrawny, scraggy, acting abnormal? Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been detected along the Hi-line, southeastern Montana, and an outbreak in ... Click to Listen
Have you seen wildlife in Montana that look emaciated – scrawny, scraggy, acting abnormal? Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been detected in Montana – along the Hi-line, and in southeastern ... Click to Listen
Two privately-owned submersibles deployed by a science and education group at Flathead Lake are giving the scientists at the Flathead Lake Biological Station a glimpse of things unseen. Tom Bansak, ... Click to Listen
What is your go-to news source? Do you trust any others? Is local news more reliable than the national media? The Greater Montana Foundation's 2019 News Media Preferences and Issues ... Click to Listen
State Senate President Scott Sales will join Voices of Montana in-studio to talk about the 2019 Montana legislative session. His 16 years as a state legislator will provide a good background for the discussion of politics and policies in Montana.
Sales will also talk about his bid for the GOP nomination to run for Montana’s Secretary of State.
Economic development is vital to Montana. Where will your next job come from? Join Voices and our guest Steve Arveschoug, President of the Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA), to learn more about the tools communities and developers are relying on to encourage economic growth and opportunities for Montanans. (Photo credit: Big Sky Economic Development)
As boomers increasingly elect to work well into their 60’s, will Montana businesses need to adjust? Patrick Barkey, Director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) will discuss the impact of boomers in the workforce. Todd O’Hair, executive director of the Montana Chamber Foundation will also join Voices for the discussion. (Photo credit: Montana Chamber Foundation)
We will take your calls and speak with Greg Gianforte on what is going on in DC as well as the upcoming plans for the August Break. Topics include the Mueller Testimony, Robocalls, the Budget, and Fighting Fraud.
Join Voices of Montana for a story of hills and valleys, and, of course, wheat fields. Dean Folkvord, who with his family helped build one of Montana’s most recognizable businesses, Wheat Montana, will be in-studio to reflect on the challenges and rewards of a Montana farm family, and maybe give us a glimpse as to what’s next. (Photo credit: From Farm to Table, The Montana chamber of Commerce)
Representative Greg Gianforte took part in a nonprofit roundtable discussion in Helena Monday discussing what he could do to help them from his position in Congress. Gianforte was on Voices of Montana today. “To listen to the full Voices of Montana Podcast Click Here”
Today on Voices of Montana Alan Olson, Executive Director of the Montana Petroleum Association, was asked about the efficacy of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline now that President Donald Trump has issued a new permit to cross the Montana/Canadian Border. Hear Alan Olson’s response Listen to the Entire Show Here
Greg Gianforte called us live from the swamp to update us on the Mueller Report. Colstrip United Representatives discussed the “Save Colstrip Bill” Senator Tom Richmond (SD 28), and Senator Duane Ankney (SD 20) joined us. Click To Listen
Today, we heard Public Service Commissioner Roger Koopmans’ thoughts on Colstrip. The PSC, NorthWestern Energy and the Montana Legislature are working through some issues that revolve around Colstrip Power Plant. Click To Listen
We started with John Doran, VP of External affairs and Chief of Staff with Blue Cross Blue Shield as he gave us his ideas on Medicaid expansion. Also joining us on the show was Tom McGillvrey with the Montana State Senate and Senator Dr. Al Olszewski, who also spoke on …
The Columbia River Treaty between Canada and the United States is an agreement that was reached in 1964 to manage flood risk and hydropower. Canada was compensated in the agreement by receiving half of the value of the electricity generated from the Libby Dam. Eureka Senator Mike Cuffe was on …