Based in Helena, Montana, Montana’s Credit Unions exists to promote and enhance a thriving credit union community. Its various entities support this mission. The Montana Credit Union League provides dues-supported services that protect, advocate, and inform. The League Service Group provides quality business services for Montana’s credit unions. Montana Credit Unions for Community Development implements programs through credit unions that improve the social and economic well being of Montanans. Montana Credit Union Group Benefit Trust provides health insurance, an EAP, the Healthy You! Wellness Program, and other insurance products to member credit unions.
Montana Farmers Union
Montana Farmers Union is a statewide grassroots organization working for family farmers, ranchers and rural communities through educational conferences, scholarships, legislative representation and support for producer-owned co-ops. For over 100 years MFU has been a voice for family farms supporting policy and programs beneficial for operators, laborers and consumers alike. MFU provides education opportunities through youth, women’s and adult education programs. MFU’s agriculture policy is crafted at the local level and voted by membership on a variety issues including, but, not limited to: water rights, natural resources, trade, farm agriculture credit and access to land, food and food safety. MFU believes in the preservation of rural community life and strives to support its members while keeping the needs of the family farm at the forefront of its mission.
Nemont Telephone Cooperative is a facilities based telecommunications service provider serving over 14,000 square miles of Northeastern Montana, Northwestern North Dakota, South Central Montana, and Northern Wyoming. Along with its subsidiaries Sagebrush Cellular, Project Telephone, Missouri Valley Communications and Nemont Communications Incorporated, Nemont Telephone Cooperative is committed to connecting our rural customers to the world through innovative Wireline and Wireless Broadband services. Nemont Telephone Cooperative was organized in 1950 and is headquartered in Scobey, Montana.
Mountain View Co-op
Mountain View Co-op is committed to giving our patrons a great return on their investment. MVC thanks each and every one of you, as this is a complete team effort. You, the patrons, generate a constant business market and our employees put in long and challenging hours in order to service and accommodate your needs. We at MVC, appreciate that commitment from both the patrons and the employees. That is why, at MVC, we say Together = Results. Working together to make all of our lives more enriching, more fulfilling, and more abundant through results. Stop by your local Mountain View Co-op and take advantage of all we have to offer.
Triangle Telephone Cooperative (TTC) is a company owned by its members. We provide telecommunications services including Broadband Internet, local, long distance and mobile telephone service to residents of Central Montana. Our 17,000+ subscribers live in parts of 16 counties from the Canadian to the Wyoming border over 23,000 square miles. We are also very proud to support our communities, businesses and area youth with various scholarships, grants and loans to help keep this area thriving.
Hill County Electric Cooperative
Hill County Electric Cooperative (HCE) was started by rural residents of Hill County who wanted to enjoy the benefits of electricity the same way those in the cities had been using for many years. HCE was incorporated in 1945 as an electric distribution cooperative. The first electric services were provided to members in the spring of 1947.
CHS Big Sky
Our cooperative is one of many company-owned, locally-governed ag service centers that are part of CHS Inc., the nation’s leading farmer-owned cooperative, committed to delivering value and helping its owners grow. Our member-owners and customers are connected from locations close to home in Big Sandy, Broadview, Chinook, Columbus, Denton, Geraldine, Great Falls, Harlem, Havre, Kershaw, Lewistown, Malta, Moccasin, Rudyard, Turner and Winifred, Mont., to essential global markets.
Flathead Electric Cooperative
We’ve grown from 117 to more than 50,000 members, from a tiny rural utility to a business that serves a variety of residential and commercial members. We now have 4,500 miles of overhead and underground power lines, and we serve the entire Flathead Valley and Libby, along with several hundred members along the Montana-Wyoming border. Flathead Electric is now the second largest electric utility in Montana, ready for the challenges and changes of the 21st Century.