Don't get slimed–what we're doing about algae.
Mining threats in the Cabinet Mountain Wilderness.
A new beginning for a hard-working Clark Fork River.
The 150-year wait is over: Cleanup in the Upper Clark Fork.

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Superfund cleanup: It’s Working

Is Superfund cleanup of mining wastes in the Clark Fork making a difference? Yes! At least it is in terms of total amounts of copper and arsenic. And that’s especially good news because both are toxic: copper is extremely bad for fish, and arsenic is poisonous for people.

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Coming Up

Volunteer Orientation 

  • Wednesday, September 7th. Come learn how you can get involved in restoring rivers, protecting water quality, and educating the next generation of river stewards . Learn more.
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Experience the magic of the Clark Fork.

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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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