As heard on the Richest Hill, the cleanup continues
The 150-year wait is over: Cleanup in the Upper Clark Fork
Be part of a once in a lifetime restoration success story
A new beginning for a hard working Clark Fork River

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Spring Spawn

Every year spring runoff, along with stream temperatures, signals the seasonal spawning migration of both native westslope and non-native rainbow trout.

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Coming Up

Happy Hour Live! About the Birds – Join us for a happy hour conversation on Thursday, June 11. We’ll discuss some of the bird species that rely on riparian areas, current research in the Clark Fork watershed, and learn how this research is informing the conservation and management of our rivers. Learn more.

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Because of you, the Clark Fork watershed is on its way to becoming healthy and whole. Thank you!

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In The Field

Lolo Creek in the Bitterroot suffers from low flows and water-quality impairments. We’re working with landowners and public agencies to enhance streamflows and improve the state of the fishery. 

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In the Stream

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

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