Partners & Supporters

Partners in our Work

Collaboration is a crucial dimension of the Clark Fork Coalition’s work to protect and restore the Clark Fork River basin. We strive to tap the expertise of diverse stakeholders and seek input and participation from a broad spectrum of public and private partners to help accelerate the pace of restoration and community engagement.

Working partners:

Private landowners  •  Watershed Restoration Coalition  •  Powell, Granite, and Butte-Silver Bow counties and conservation districts  •  Powell County Weed District  •  Arrow Stone Park Board of Directors  •  Trout Unlimited (National)  •  Montana Trout Unlimited  •  Montana Audubon  •  Blackfoot Challenge  •  Watershed Education Network  •  MPG Ranch  •  Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes  •  Clark Fork Watershed Education Program  •  Clark Fork Technical Assistance Committee  •  Upper Clark Fork Basin Steering Committee  •  City of Missoula  •  Missoula Poverello Center  •  Missoula Water Quality District  •  Missoula County Community & Planning Services  •  Missoula County Public Schools  •  Missoula Redevelopment Agency  •  Missoula Police Department  •  Missoula Fire Department  •  Missoula Dept. of Parks & Recreation  •  Montana State Parks  •  Montana Natural Resources Damage Program  •  Montana Dept. of Environmental Quality  •  Montana Environmental Protection Agency  •  Montana Dept. of Transportation  •  Montana Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation  •  Montana Dept. of Fish Wildlife & Parks  •  Montana Forest Restoration Committee  •  RESPEC Consulting  •  REI  •  Rattlesnake Elementary School  •  Sussex School  •  Clark Fork School  •  Powell County High School  •  University of Montana  •  USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service  •  U.S. Forest Service  •  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  •  U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service  •  Climate Smart Missoula group: Providence St. Patrick Hospital – City of Missoula – Community Food & Agriculture Coalition – Greenhouse Gas Mgmt. Institute – Montana Audubon – Alternative Energy Resources Organization – U.S. Forest Service – Great West Engineering – University of Montana

Business supporters:

At CFC, we offer our business partners a variety of ways to showcase their support for a healthy Clark Fork River and get involved in hands-on, meaningful activities that make a real difference for clean water. Click on CFC Business Support Benefits to learn more.