"WET" is our volunteer group that heads out into the field to monitor and maintain our restoration projects. This group is vital to keeping our projects growing strong in the years after initial implementation.

In 2020, we will be watering plantings, maintaining fences and browse protectors, taking pictures, doing plant counts, and more. The group meets weekly during the summer, though attendance a...

School has looked a little different this spring.

Students, teachers, parents and more have needed to adapt.

In previous years, the Bitter Root Water Forum has hosted field trips in May for their Earth Stewardship Program. The Earth Stewardship Program is a year-long effort with seventh grade students that features monthly classroom visits from community educators and wraps up with environmental edu...

Heather, our Executive Director, worked with the MWCC - Montana Watershed Coordination Council to record a few informational audio clips, some of our watershed stories in the Bitterroot.*

Check them out through this link and keep an ear out for them on Trail 1033 and Jack FM Missoula.

Read the card stories that MWCC helped us create in 2018 below.

*This project was funded in part thanks to the Montan...

The Bitter Root Water Forum will be rolling out their Clean Up All Year program with the reusable litter bags on Wednesday, April 22, which is Earth Day.

The Bitter Root Water Forum (BRWF) is a community driven nonprofit organization that supports agriculture, community and recreation by protecting, enhancing and restoring the Bitterroot Watershed.

BRWF is encouraging folks to get out and clean up a...

While we all learn to adjust to the recommended social distancing tips from the CDC, we want to help you get out in nature, find time to relax, and keep your kids busy and still learning.

In the coming weeks, we will post activities to keep you engaged with water resources. The Bitterroot has great outdoor classrooms, and we'll highlight ways to use them. For those inclined to stay in, we'll share...

We have been closely monitoring the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Bitter Root Water Forum is committed to doing what we can to keep our community and staff healthy and safe.

With this in mind, our office will be closed to the public for the next two weeks. We will pay attention to the CDC and Montana DPHHS recommendations going forward, and make adjustments accordingly.

Water Forum st...

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...

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