What we do

Water Monitoring

From mid-spring to early fall, we monitor flow, temperature, and depth at 42 stations on 21 creeks and streams across the basin to get an accurate picture of the health of the Clark Fork watershed.

How we do it

The data we collect allows us to manage instream water rights and measure the effectiveness of restoration projects that impact the health of our tributaries—increasing water volume, keeping streams wet that would otherwise dry out at certain times of year, and returning fish to newly accessible habitat.

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.