International Fly Fishing Film Festival

Thursday, March 5th 7 pm at the Bedford Building - 223 S. 2nd Street Hamilton

Join the Bitter Root Water Forum for the 2020 International Fly Fishing Film Festival Thursday, March 5th. The festival will showcase films produced by professional filmmakers from all corners of the globe, highlighting the passion, lifestyle and culture of fly fishing.

Bring your f...

Friday, February 7th, 2020 at 5 PM - 8 PM

Blacksmith Brewing Company - 114 Main St, Stevensville, MT 59870

Join the Water Forum for a beer at the Blacksmith Brewing Company on First Friday in downtown Stevensville from 5-8pm. Every brew sold helps support our work to bring the community together for clean water.

Raffle tickets will be available for a float trip for two with Eddie Olwell of Fishs Ed...

Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 4 PM – 8 PM

Bitter Root Brewery - 101 Marcus St, Hamilton, Montana 59840

Join the Bitter Root Water Forum for a beer at Bitter Root Brewing from 4pm-8pm where a portion of every brew sold benefits building community around the waters of the Bitterroot Valley.

Bid at the silent auction from 4-7pm, enjoy door prizes, and enter a raffle to win a float trip for two with Eddi...

Putting your good intentions of supporting nonprofits in the Bitterroot Valley is made easier during the 24-hour online #GivingTuesday event on Dec. 3.

Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement encouraging people to transform their communities and the world. The year-round movement shines on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving as people around the world participate by giving back in a way that is m...

Earlier this year, over 20 reusable bag stands were placed at local fly shops, grocery stores, businesses, and fishing access sites, getting a total of 2,215 bags into the hands of river bound people.

The bright red bags were unmistakable, reminding people to grab a bag before floating down the river.

Inspired from their annual River Clean Up event in August, the Bitter Root Water Forum created the...

The Bitter Root Water Forum adds a restoration coordinator and needs matching funds for big restoration projects on the Bitterroot River, Threemile Creek and the Burnt Fork.

The Bitter Root Water Forum has been a part of the Bitterroot community for 25 years. As a local nonprofit their mission is to bring the community together to protect, enhance and restore the waterways in the Bitterroot Va...

From Painted Rocks and Sula all the way to Missoula volunteers spread out on Aug. 10 for the annual Bitterroot River Clean Up.

The Bitter Root Water Forum, a local nonprofit that works to bring the community together to protect, enhance and restore waterways in the Bitterroot, has been hosting this event for over seven years.

“We had over 80 volunteers sign up this year for walking sites and floatin...

What a wonderful River Clean Up!  We had over 80 people cleaning up the River AND over 80 folks participate in the Run for the River 5K.

Again, this year we had wonderful coverage of the River, cleaning up the East and West Forks all the way to Missoula! From volunteer after volunteer we heard that there was less trash than they'd seen in previous years.

But thanks to the great coverage and folks be...

On Thursday, May 23, the Bitter Root Water Forum hosted its seventh annual Future Irrigators of the Bitterroot field trip.

The trip followed the course of irrigable water in the valley and provided an opportunity for Future Farmers of America (FFA) students to step out of the classroom and learn from professionals in the field. The local FFA chapters that participated this year were Stevensville, C...

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