Learn about the hard-working heroes of the watershed
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A new beginning for a hard working Clark Fork River
ACCCOMPLISHMENTS >
The 150-year wait is over: Cleanup in the Upper Clark Fork
WHERE WE WORK >
Keeping the Clark Fork invader free
AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES >

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Beavers – Nuisances or Watershed Heroes?

Beavers are the quintessential ecosystem engineer! They change a landscape like no other species in the world, besides humans.

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Coming Up

Busting Beaver Myths

  • Wednesday, October 25th. Ecologist Amy Chadwick will discuss beaver ecology and the implications of lost beaver habitats on our water budget. Learn more.
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Beavers are the hard-working, unsung fur-ball heroes of the watershed.

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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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