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2021 MWCA Gun Raffle is happening NOW!

Our last MWCA Gun Raffle of a gun-a-month was a great success for MWCA! Thank you to all who helped us out! We are holding another gun raffle, this time 8 guns will be raffled off during Montana Invasive Species Awareness Week (the second full week of June 2021). If you wish to help sell […]
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MSU & MWCA Collaborate on a Winter Webinar Series

MWCA wanted to be able to provide some virtual trainings this winter and MSU and Jane Mangold offered up their services and platform to be able to hold them.  We are very excited to provide 8 webinars that will specifically address noxious weed issues and topics and many will be worth one credit and will […]
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2021 MWCA Legislative Update Week of January 19

The Montana Legislative Session is happening! They are operating with a mix of virtual and in-person meetings. If you wish to register to testify virtually, please go to this link: https://leg.mt.gov/public-testimony/. Please note! Testimony and supporting documentation MUST be submitted by NOON the day before the hearing begins. Members of the MWCA Public Policy Committee […]
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When will we get to have in person meetings again?

  All of us, especially those trying to plan events, are trying to plan for 2021. Recently the software training platform Whova, came out with their thoughts. Pretty interesting. Please check it out here:  When Can We Go Back to Normal? Event Predictions for the New Year
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FWP offers AIS grants

AIS Grants Available! The Montana Invasive Species Council is now accepting grant applications to fund aquatic invasive species projects. Up to $50,000 is available per project to Montana communities or local, state, tribal, or other entities within the state and to Montana-based non-governmental entities. AIS grants are intended to increase local capacity and involvement to […]
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During COVID, MWCA is working for you and with you

Before COVID hit, the MWCA was in the midst of a strategic planning, restructuring process. It was a major undertaking for the Association with the end objective to make us serve our membership better and be more relevant in coming decades. Our MWCA Implementation Working Group continued on into the spring and early summer with […]
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How Weeds Make the Cut

By Jasmine Reimer The difference between a weed and a desired plant is sometimes in the eye of the beholder. Dandelions to some are a nuisance and folks can spend a lot of time and money trying to get rid of them, but to others, the plant is seen as a useful gift both for […]
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Montana’s Corteva Representative Changes

    To the Montana Weed Control Association: My name is Claire Volk, and I am your new Range and Pasture Specialist serving Montana. This fall will be my 6th anniversary working in western rangelands, and I could not be more honored and excited to serve Montana. Nebraska is where I was raised, spending time […]
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Opportunity to Host a MCC Conservation Intern/Fellow

Hello, I am reaching out to share an opportunity to host MCC Conservation Intern(s) and/or Conservation Fellow(s) in 2021. The application to host a member is linked below and attached are basic FAQs about the programs.  Applications are due February 5, 2021 – early submissions are welcome and encouraged. Here are some key points to keep […]
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