Main Banner

Ripple Effects Mapping in Montana

Montana is part of a three state grant project with Idaho and Wyoming to analyze and improve MEDA Resource Team Assessments.  One phase of the grant involves returning to some of the 48 communities who had assessments in Montana, and conduct Ripple Effects Mapping (REM).  REM is a fun, energizing, and positive process which demonstrates the impact an assessment had on a community.    Dr. Lori Higgins, University of Idaho, helped create the REM process and is training MEDA facilitators.  Our first community was Lockwood, followed by Laurel and then Ronan.   

Lockwood Map - See the mind-mapping results!

Lockwood Participants

Lockwood Participants

Laurel Participants

Laurel Participants

Ronan Participants

Fast Fact Image

Why Join MEDA?
High level networking: your contact information is listed in the online MEDA Directory and accessible via the MEDA website; MEDA offers Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn access to share news and announcements.