Celebrate Earth Day, April 22, by volunteering with the Bitterroot Water Forum, a nonprofit working for clean cool water in the Bitterroot River.


The Bitterroot Water Forum will complete their five-year East Fork project by adding wires to the recently installed fencing.


South of Hamilton, where the river parallels Highway 93, the lack of vegetation and proximity to the road caused increased sedi...

DARBY – Two years ago, a landowner living just off Rye Creek stopped by the offices of the Bitter Root Water Forum looking for help.


Each spring, he had seen a little bit of his property wash away as the swollen creek cut deep into a steep bank.


“He wasn’t really sure what to do or how to stop it,” remembers Heather Mullee Barber, the water forum’s executive director. “We knew it could be a touchy...

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...

The Bitter Root Water Forum is a vibrant and growing organization, according to Executive Director Heather Barber. She told supporters at their annual end of the year celebration that they were offering more watershed education and restoration projects to the community each year.


Read more in the Bitterroot Star report





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