HELENA, Mont. -

Gov. Steve Bullock and Lt. Gov. Angela McLean are traveling the state to promote the work being done on an economic development plan Bullock released this year.
Bullock and McLean will visit colleges and businesses this week to discuss workforce training, one of five key areas identified in the Main Street Montana Project. The aim of the plan is to help businesses grow and increase wages.
Bullock will visit Anderson Steel Supply in Great Falls Tuesday to give an update on a grant that will allow the business to partner with Great Falls College on expanding training programs.
McLean will travel to Glendive to discuss workforce employment related to the Bakken oil boom. Bullock will also attend the groundbreaking for a new Missoula College building, among other stops.