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Who Turned Off Our Creek?

When our streams get too skinny, Mark Twain’s old saying comes to mind: whiskey is for drinkin’, and water is for fightin’. Luckily, there are better ways than throwing punches to solve the problem of low flows. Read on to learn how to keep our creeks wet.

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Coming Up

Keep it Clean with CFC at Sha-Ron

  • Friday, August 7th. We will be handing out river bags, picking up trash, raffling off goodies, sharing snacks, and raising river awareness at Missoula’s most popular urban river spot. Learn more
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What exactly is a watershed? Find out more about the waterways that sustain us in Western Montana.

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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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