If you’ve fished, floated, or enjoyed Montana’s rivers in your life, you’ll know they’re something special. But, you’ve also probably noticed that there are changes afoot. How are the native trout responding to increased pressure from climate change, introduced species, and other changes in the watershed? Join us as we ask those questions to the man who knows the answers, Chris Clancy.
Clark Fork Coalition and Great Burn Brewing (2230 McDonald Ave.) present River News and Brews on Thursday, April 11th at 6:00 pm. Big Thai Country will be serving food from the Great Burn parking lot starting at 5:00 pm!
Former Fish Wildlife and Parks biologist Chris Clancy will be coming out of retirement for this special event. Stick around for a Q&A after and buy Chris a beer. He deserves it!
The April 11th event is part of the Coalition’s “River News and Brews” learning series, which keeps citizens informed about hot topics and recent developments in the Clark Fork River watershed. For more information on the River News and Brews, and the Clark Fork Coalition, please visit www.clarkfork.org.
WHEN & WHERE:
Thursday, April 11
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Great Burn Brewing, Missoula Map Unavailable
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