92.6% of Montana Households Counted So Far
Grizzly bear mortalities, due to vehicle collisions on US Hwy 93 embedded within the Flathead Indian Reservation, happen far too often.
Tribal Council has provided more time to allow unpaid tribal members to apply for and receive the stimulus check
Tribal leaders have worked to keep the coronavirus off their reservations because of its deadly impact on Native populations. But careful avoidance of the COVID virus has handcuffed the tribes as they face a devastating fire season.
Increased support for technical activities, adequate public health workforce needed to improve health and wellbeing of Tribal communities.
“These bills are badly needed by a nation working to emerge from an unprecedented health and economic crisis. And it’s badly needed in Montana where, tragically, we have one of the highest rates of suicide in the country,” Gianforte said.
The Montana Project AWARE Initiative will develop state infrastructure at the OPI and Montana DPHHS’ Children’s Mental Health Bureau
In 1891, Swedish research Gustaf Nordenskiold conducted excavations in what is now Mesa Verde National Park, removing a large collection of American Indian ancestral remains, funerary items and other cultural items.
It’s been a couple of years since this part of Montana experienced the type of smoke that is presently cloaking the area. It is from the mega fires in California, Oregon and Washington, and it negatively impacts the health of people.
CSKT to administer over $1 million in U.S. Department of Treasury CARES Act funding to eligible CSKT-member-owned small businesses and livestock producers operating on the Flathead Reservation. Grant application website to launch in coming days.
The Bluewater Fish Hatchery, located near Bridger in southcentral Montana, is a trout hatchery and is the third largest production facility in the state
Senator introduces Tribal Health Data Improvement Act to bolster Tribes’ ability to use health data, strengthen relations with CDC
“The impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have drawn attention to challenges faced by our nation’s meat processing systems. And by addressing this complex issue here in Montana, we are building resilience to future supply chain interruptions in communities across the state,” Governor Bullock said.
Governor Bullock brought together a group of public health experts to develop the Outbreak Response Protocols after school nurses and education advocates requested guidance.
The advisory council was charged with developing recommendations for fundamental guidance and direction on key issues and challenges related to the conservation and management of grizzly bears in Montana
Members of the State-Tribal Relations Interim Committee (STRIC) voiced their strong support for the ratification of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) Water Compact