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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

Walk and Talk: Lolo Creek Tour

  • Tuesday, August 25th, 12pm. Project manager Jed Whiteley will lead a tour of Lolo Creek and speak about current conditions and what we are doing to keep it healthy and resilient. Learn more
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Can you identify our hardest-working riverside plants? Willows, dogwoods and chokecherry all help keep rivers clean and healthy.

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In The Field

In the Nine Mile Valley, public-private partnerships are cleaning up abandoned mines, improving fish habitat and enhancing streamflows.

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In the Stream

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

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