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Find a Summer Food Service Program Site Near You!

School is out. Summer is in. Let’s keep kids ready to learn with summer meals!

Help End Summer Learning Loss, Become a Summer Food Service Program Sponsor or Site

HELENA— Many Montana children are at risk of experiencing summer learning loss without access to healthy meals, social engagement, learning, and supervision in a safe environment this summer. You can be a part of the solution to help kids return to school ready to learn and grow.

Communities across Montana plan to operate USDA’s Summer Food Service Program and serve free meals to kids. To find a location near you: Text Summer Meals to 97779 Visit
Helena— The Montana Office of Public Instruction is accepting applications for the 2019 Summer Food Service Program from public and private nonprofit schools as well as local government agencies and private nonprofit organizations that are interested in sponsoring a Summer Food Service...
The Office of Public Instruction School Nutrition Programs is announcing all Montana educational organizations that participate in and offer free and reduced price school meals or free milk. The U. S. Department of Agriculture reimburses organizations for healthy meals served to enrolled...
Governor Bullock Requests Natural Disaster Designation for Blaine and Lake Counties

In response to damage from frost and hail, as well as low precipitation and extreme heat, Governor Steve Bullock this week requested a Natural Disaster Designation from the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture for Blaine and Lake Counties. 

Thursday, August 27, 2015/Categories: Former Governors/Tags: USDA, blaine county, lake couty, disaster
Joint Statement from Governor Bullock and Secretary Vilsack on State Firefighting Helicopters

Governor Steve Bullock and United States Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today put out the following joint statement on a path forward on utilization of state firefighting helicopters

Thursday, August 27, 2015/Categories: Former Governors/Tags: fires, USDA