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What are some of the best interactive sites for missoula?  I know that there are some political blogs and mailing lists.  Anybody have links?

 
                    
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Missoula Area Events (.ning.com)

Looking for fun in Montana?

Our website "Missoula Are Events" is a community centered website , our site focuses on supporting folks in our area with access to web 2.0 and there is nothing to buy from us ever.

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There's several good blogs on politics in town. 
4&20 Blackbirds is a great one.  http://4and20blackbirds.wordpress.com/
Missoula Red Tape is another.  http://missoularedtape.com/

Missoula Community News is a great list-serve.
Subscribe via email    ...   missoula-community-news-on@vortex.wildrockies.org

There's a good restoration group run by Marilyn Marler at
http://groups.google.com/groups/missoula-restoration/topics

Any other thoughts??
Greg



 
              
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by visiting our site http://sustainablebusinesscouncil.org/ and entering your email address in the link that says "Join Our Mailing List".  One of the best sustainability newsletters in town!

Our blogs:

http://sbcmontana.wordpress.com/
http://sustainable-business.tumblr.com/

One of the most detailed events calendars in the state:

http://www.sbcmontana.org/programs/sbceventscalendar.html

Join us on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/sustainable.business.council?ref=name

Follow us on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/Sustainable_Biz
 
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For a news source, you cant' beat Headwaters News.  Great enviro-news from across the west.
Free to sign up too!!

www.headwatersnews.org

High Country News is a great western news source too.  But you have to subscribe.

www.hcn.org
 
                    
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Missoula Area Events website listed above will soon move to a new host:

http://missoulaareaevents.webs.com
 
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Greg M Peters wrote:

There's a good restoration group run by Marilyn Marler at
http://groups.google.com/groups/missoula-restoration/topics



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