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Listen to “Toxic: The Mess at Smurfit-Stone”

More than a decade after the Smurfit-Stone pulp mill left behind a mess in the heart of Missoula County, an industrial graveyard filled with sludge ponds, discarded heavy equipment and toxic metals still sits dangerously close to the Clark Fork River. What’s the plan and what can we do?

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Through our collective efforts, the river can flow with clean, cold, abundant water so that nature can flourish and our communities can thrive. We invite you to become a fellow champion of the Clark Fork Watershed.