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Low flows impact all of us. Learn how we keep streams wet.
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A new beginning for a hard-working Clark Fork River.
The 150-year wait is over: Cleanup in the Upper Clark Fork.
We want to give you this raft to celebrate our 30th birthday.
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Katie Goes to Great Lengths For the River

From her perspective, Katie Racette has a dream job–even when it involves roping up to rappel down rocky hillsides, or strapping on snowshoes to trek up wintery slopes. As our Volunteer Coordinator, Katie goes to great lengths to protect and restore the watershed she calls home.

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Coming Up

Lolo Peak Brewery Pint Night

  • Wednesday, October 21st. Have a beer with us at Lolo Peak Brewery and support the Clark Fork River! Learn more.
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Did you know? There are over 2,400 abandoned mines in the Clark Fork basin. We’re working to clean up high-problem areas and help the streams that run through them.

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In The Field

On Lost Horse Creek in the Bitterroot, a CFC-managed project adds water to the creek, removes fish passage barriers and improves water quality. 

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In the Stream

It’s simple: Our rivers won’t stay clean and healthy without you.

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