CFC EnergyCorps member, Heather Leach, reflects on life in the EnergyCorps. She describes the challenge and satisfaction of educating the next generation of river stewards.
Winter Volunteer Training, Dec. 18 – This winter, CFC is gearing up to engage over 600 students in watershed and climate science–and we need volunteers to help us pull it off! Learn more.
Because of you, the Clark Fork watershed is on its way to becoming healthy and whole. Thank you!
On Lost Horse Creek in the Bitterroot, a CFC-managed project adds water to the creek, removes fish passage barriers and improves water quality.
It’s simple: Our rivers won’t stay clean and healthy without you.