aerial shot of dry cottonwood creek ranch in the upper clark fork valley

River News and Brews: Superfund Cleanup

What’s 120 miles long, 37 years old, and nearly invisible? The Clark Fork River cleanup – an amazing story of restoration, recovery, and western Montana’s past, present, and future, all rolled into one. Over the last year, Montana Public Radio’s Nora Saks has taken a deep dive into the history and stories behind America’s largest Superfund site in her nationally-recognized podcast, Richest Hill. Join Nora and the Clark Fork Coalition to hear the stories behind the story; explore the human side of this epic river comeback; and learn why – nearly 40 years into this Superfund saga – what happens upstream matters more than ever right here in River City.

Join us at Great Burn Brewing (2230 McDonald Ave.) on Thursday, February 20 at 6:00 pm.

This 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.

Thursday, February 20

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Great Burn Brewing, Missoula
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