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Fisheries biologists, hydrologists, farmers and ranchers have noticed changes in the amount of snowpack and timing of runoff.
On Wednesday, May 29, three local speakers will talk about existing data, projections and implications for the Bitterroot watershed.
The presentation called “From Fishing to Farming: How Climate is Affecting the Bitterroot” will start at 6 p.m. at the Corvallis Grange. Speakers include Chris Clancy, Ed Snook and Dan Huls.
Check out the Ravalli Republic article HERE.
View resources and slides from the talk here.
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