What we do

Superfund Vigilance

The Clark Fork Coalition evaluates the Superfund cleanup along the Upper Clark Fork—the nation’s largest and most complex Superfund site—and offers science-based technical input to state agencies. We are also actively involved in tracking the cleanup at the Smurfit-Stone pulp mill under the Environmental Protection Agency’s Administrative Order of Consent (AOC)—advocating for data-driven cleanup as soon as possible.

How we do it

The Coalition collaborates with other agencies, nonprofits, and local communities to draw attention to Superfund issues. We work with universities to support research and partner with other groups on relevant studies to make sure cleanup is science-based and community-driven. And we work to hold the responsible corporations accountable for remediation as the watershed continues to heal from its industrial past.

You Can Help

We couldn’t do it without you

Our capacity to act relies on your support

You Can Help

Become a fellow champion of the Clark Fork Watershed.

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.