Who We Are

Since 1985 the Clark Fork Coalition has worked to help heal and protect the vital waters of the Clark Fork basin. We organize and educate community members to learn about and care for the river, helping to make our waterways clean, healthy, and whole again. Our work is conducted by a staff of 14 people based in Missoula, Montana, with a satellite office at the CFC-managed working ranch in the Deer Lodge Valley. Our board of directors supplies guidance, governance, and oversight, with membership support delivered by 2,700 citizens from across the 14-million acre Clark Fork basin. We build diverse partnerships using a science-based, community-focused approach.

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Staff

Our 14-person staff includes stream restoration specialists, scientists, writers and educators. What do we all have in common? We’re passionate and optimistic about the future of the Clark Fork basin.

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Board

From attorneys to educators, guides to landowners, our board of directors act as ambassadors for clean water in the Clark Fork and supply expertise, guidance and fiscal oversight to the Coalition’s operations.

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Partners & Supporters

We seek input, participation and investment from a broad spectrum of public and private partners in our work to make the Clark Fork clean, healthy and whole.

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Employment

Interested in going to work with us to benefit clean water in the Clark Fork River? Learn more about current job openings, internships and volunteer opportunities.

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