Whitehall, Mont. – In the late 1970s, Barbara Miller was a newspaper reporter writing about Missoula and Butte, Montana, and as such, she paid attention to all sorts of trends-from the local and national economy, to housing, to scientific breakthroughs. As it turned out, her reporting and stories eventually intersected when she came across some technological research that would have a significant real-world impact in Butte.
West Sacramento, Calif. — In the quarter ending Dec. 31, 2016, RCAC closed 40 loans and grants totaling more than $2 million to assist rural communities in California, Nevada, New Mexico and Washington.
Love seeing @RCACorg team members and board members working together to advocate for #rural water and wastewater programs. The @RCAPInc network is strong because of our great partners and the support of their boards. Strong show of force at #RCAPontheHill https://twitter.com/MrRachelBison/status/1232369257436061696
Had a fantastic meeting with @SenSchumer’s office today with @RCAPInc netwrok partners @RCAP_Solutions and their New York team members. Discussed important issues around water and wastewater technical assistance and economic development #RCAPontheHill