On July 16, over 50 kids from area shelters and youth homes took part in the annual Clark Fork Kids Float
Missoula’s most recognized raptors make their living by fishing the Clark Fork River. Learn how the river plays a key role in the health of local ospreys with CFC and Dr. Erick Green on Wed Aug 20 at 12pm. Meet at 1301 E.Broadway St.
In Montana, every drop of water counts. So what’s “normal” when it comes to streamflow?
A new irrigation system at CFC’s Dry Cottonwood Creek Ranch in the Upper Clark Fork helps maximize efficiency, enhance hay yields and save water.
It’s simple: Our rivers won’t stay clean and healthy without you.