Ever wonder what’s up with those wells in Greenough Park?
There’s a lot more to our watershed than the rivers and streams that we see every day. And just like our rivers, it’s important for groundwater to be measured and monitored too. Join the Clark Fork Coalition and the Montana Groundwater Academy to learn about the science behind groundwater, how it’s being monitored by Western Montana high school students, and to get an inside peek into the water that flows beneath your feet. We’ll open up a well and learn about the groundwater dynamics in the Rattlesnake Valley.
Meet at the Greenough Park Pavilion on Thursday, May 12th from 5:15-6:15pm. This event is free and open to all.
The May 12th event is part of the Coalition’s monthly “Water Walks and Talks” learning series, which keeps citizens informed about hot topics and recent developments in the Clark Fork River watershed. For more information on the Walks & Talks series, and the Clark Fork Coalition, please visit www.clarkfork.org
WHEN & WHERE:
Thursday, May 12
5:15 pm - 6:15 pm
Greenough Park Pavillion, Missoula