Celebrating a Success

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Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success  |   Contributor: Steve Thompson;
Karleen Hammer Anderson's face radiated joy when she finally spotted Cecil Garland in the crowd. It had been decades since she last saw Cecil, and she grabbed him for a long...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Katherine Boyk
2015 begins with exciting news for the watershed: the Lower Gallatin Watershed Restoration Plan has been officially accepted by the Montana Department of Environmental Quality...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Bruce Farling
In 2014, volunteers donated more than 800 hours to make this year's MTU FlyFishing and Conservation Camp one of our most successful events to date.  Fifteen campers,...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Karen Knudsen
In recent years, many ranching families in the Upper Clark Fork valley have invested in a variety of tools and practices that benefit their family businesses, put water back...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Deb Fassnacht
Once in awhile the stars align and last summer the stars aligned for the Watershed Education Network to realize a long-awaited dream of not just getting young people out to...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Bruce Farling
The property at the confluence of Rock Creek and the Clark Fork River has a storied past and a promising future.  After generations of farming and ranching, this land...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Steve Thompson
Karleen Hammer Anderson's face radiated joy when she finally spotted Cecil Garland in the crowd. It had been decades since she last saw Cecil, and she grabbed him for a long...
 
Legacies and Projects: Celebrating a Success | Contributor: Paula Smith
"...to keep the heavy hand of man as much out of the management as possible, and to proceed as carefully and thoughtfully as possible," wrote the late Sam Bibler in the forward...
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