By Jean Pocha
of the Pathfinder 

Grants offer rural development opportunities


January 18, 2024

Chris Lorentz

An excavator moving dirt to build a higher berm around the Biathlon Shooting Range at the Seeley Lake Nordic Trails. The work was partially funded by an Impact Grant through the Missoula County Rural Grant Program.

January marks the beginning of the second year of the Missoula County Rural Grant Program, Commissioner Juanita Vero said. Both Micro Grants for up to $500 and Impact Grants for projects $501 to $4,000 are designed to support community projects outside of city limits.

Missoula County has opened the second round of Impact Grants and is continuing to accept Micro Grant applications to support community-driven projects that enhance the quality of life in rural areas of Missoula County.

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