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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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  • Tuesday, July 28th. Toast a frosty beer or root beer to help us further our mission of protecting and restoring the Clark Fork River. Learn more
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The Clark Fork watershed is Montana’s largest river system by volume with over 28,000 miles of rivers and streams.

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

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

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