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More than 20 watershed groups crowded the state Capitol rotunda Wednesday to educate legislators and the public on efforts to improve Montana’s water quality.

 

The Montana Watershed Coordination Council holds Watershed Wednesday during the session to raise awareness and promote programs aimed at clean water. This year’s event coincides with the council’s annual meeting, held Thursday at Montana Wil...

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The Bitterroot River flows past our collective doorsteps 365 days a year; isn’t it appropriate that we take one of those days to celebrate such remarkable good fortune?

 

That’s the theme of “Riverfest Days,” the celebration put on by the Bitter Root Water Forum, with events set for next Friday and Saturday, Aug. 15-16. Most of the events are centered around Hamilton’s River Park, but Saturday’s Bit...

As the school year draws to a close Bitter Root Water Forum would like to thank our partners and supporters for a successful spring of youth education. Water is such a precious resource in our valley and BRWF sees it as a vital task to educate youth to be future stewards of our natural resources. Our efforts would not be possible without partnerships with local teachers and natural resource organi...

The Bitter Root Water Forum (BRWF) recently organized a day-long tour of Bitterroot irrigation structures and systems — including Lake Como, several feeder ditches, fish conservation structures, and private land examples — for Future Farmers of America (FFA) students in the Bitterroot Valley.

 

On, Thursday, May 22, FFA students from Stevensville embarked on a unique field trip led by the Bitter Roo...

CORVALLIS – Getting students outside in the fresh air, sunshine and water – lots of water – is the goal of Bitterroot Valley naturalists who want to pass on their love of science and the Earth. The Bitter Root Water Forum and natural resource professionals are conducting water quality monitoring field trips for valley seventh-grade students as part of their Earth Stewardship Program.

 

“Through ESP,...

On March 18th BRWF hosted  a training for nearly 50 local real estate professionals called "Irrigation in the West". Topics ranged from irrigation history, local practices, and ditch specific information. Thank you to everyone who participated!

 

Check out this article about it in the Ravalli Republic!

 

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