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American Planning Association: Western Central Chapter

The Western Central Chapter (WCC) of the American Planning Association (APA) is an advocate for western planners in the four states of Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, and North Dakota. The Chapter provides professional training, a quarterly newsletter, an informational website, and participate in an annual conference within the region.


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Geography:Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota
Resource Type:information source, organization
Subtopic:development & smart growth, economic development, conservation & environment, rural community issues & solutions, planning, land use & zoning, Land Use Planning & Housing, Business & Economy, Issues & Opportunities, Community Building,
Tags:training, planning, professional development, educational support
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Link:webpage

American Planning Association: Idaho Chapter

APA ID provides resources, training, monitoring, mentoring, communications, lobbying, and other services to and for all Idaho professional, student, and citizen planners.


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Geography:Idaho
Resource Type:information source, organization
Subtopic:development & smart growth, economic development, community & capacity development, redevelopment & revitalization, planning, land use & zoning, Land Use Planning & Housing, Business & Economy, Community Building,
Tags:planning, professional development, educational support
Telephone:
Link:webpage

Bear Paw Development

Bear Paw Development provides professional planning and project management. ent services the following geographic areas in the State of Montana. Services include small business development, brownfields program, community development, loan department, and value added agriculture programs.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:information source, organization
Subtopic:local government, rural community issues & solutions, economic development, business assistance, development & smart growth, funding & financing, environmental health & quality, agriculture & food systems, Land Use Planning & Housing, Local Government & Services, Community Building, Business & Economy, Issues & Opportunities,
Tags:small business support, funding, agriculture, environmental quality, economic development, redevelopment
Telephone:406-265-9226
Link:webpage

Montana Association of Planners

The Montana Association of Planners (MAP) is an association of professional planners, from public and private entities; planning board members and interested citizens. MAP strives to provide professional development opportunities and to put planning knowledge into the hands of citizens and elected officials.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:information source, organization
Subtopic:development & smart growth, land use & zoning, planning, local government, Land Use Planning & Housing, Local Government & Services,
Tags:planning, training opportunities, local government
Telephone:
Link:webpage

Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA)

Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) is a private non-profit organization created to increase the effectiveness of local economic development efforts by acting as a statewide resource for its membership.


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Geography:Montana
Resource Type:information source, organization, technical assistance, training
Subtopic:economic development, organizational development & assistance, development & smart growth, rural community issues & solutions, urban issues & solutions, Land Use Planning & Housing, Community Building, Business & Economy,
Tags:economic development, information, training opportunities, professional development
Telephone:406-563-5259
Link:webpage

University of Idaho: Bioregional Planning & Community Design Program

The Bioregional Planning & Community Design (BIOP) program at the University of Idaho offers opportunities for students to earn a graduate degree in planning. Further, the BioP program provides opportunities for non-traditional students and communities to participate in online classes, recieve training in professional development and to be educated about local planning issues. Each semester the BIOP program works with different communities throughout Idaho to address their current planning issues.


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Geography:Idaho
Resource Type:information source
Subtopic:planning, workforce training, development & smart growth, Land Use Planning & Housing, Business & Economy,
Tags:planning, education, community design
Telephone:208-364-2592
Link:webpage