Today, we’re diving into what we know about the mussels - what are they, where did they come from, how did they get here? What can we do to stop them from spreading? We’re trying to understand how those microscopic mussel babies ended up in two Montana reservoirs last summer -- and what our options are if more of them arrive. In this episode we’re tackling the Science of Spread.
- The Science Of Spread: SubSurface Episode 2
- Warm Temperatures, Strong Winds Forecast For Thanksgiving
- Business Leaders Ask Congress To Pass Yellowstone-Area Mining Ban This Year
- Forest Service To Meet With Tenmile Project Objectors
- Conservation Logging Set To Begin In Primm Meadow
- Hardin Coal Plant Faces Closure, Seeks Buyer
“If you act, you’ll either fail and learn, or you’ll succeed. Either one is productive and useful. If you don’t act, nothing happens.” That’s Shane Beams, the owner and chief engineer of Vision Aerial , a Montana company focused on designing and producing a new generation of affordable, commercial unmanned drones. On this episode of Can Do: Lessons from Savvy Montana Entrepreneurs, Shane describes the trajectory of his business, and the trends and issues in the burgeoning drone industry.
For me, Thanksgiving was about family. We’d celebrate the holiday with a table full of food and family. We’d go around the table and ask each person what they were thankful for over the past year. Most of the time, it had to do with someone, family or otherwise, who had made a difference in our lives. Again this year, we would like to say thanks to you. You are a very important part of our Montana Public Radio family.