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A new beginning for a hard-working Clark Fork River.
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The 150-year wait is over: Cleanup in the Upper Clark Fork.
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Why Jed Lives, Works and Plays in Lolo Creek

We caught up with CFC’s project manager to talk about this special stream. As the largest tributary to the lower Bitterroot River, Lolo Creek has huge potential as a fishery…but it needs some help returning to full health.

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Coming Up

Volunteer Event: Technical Trash Cleanup

  • Friday, September 11th, 11am-1pm Clean up your favorite river on the National Day Of Service and Remembrance! Ropes and pulley systems will be used to get trash off a steep bank. Learn more.
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Plus-100 years of copper mining and smelting in the Clark Fork region helped electrify the world, but the river paid a price. At last, cleanup is underway.

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In The Field

Lolo Creek in the Bitterroot suffers from low flows and water-quality impairments. We’re working with landowners and public agencies to enhance streamflows and improve the state of the fishery. 

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In the Stream

It’s simple: Our rivers won’t stay clean and healthy without you.

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