2017 Bull River Calendar July – Growing a Life

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2017 Bull River Calendar June – More Settle

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Miners Gulch Stream Restoration Film Preview

We are working on producing a video that documents our latest stream restoration project on the Vermilion River, the Miners Gulch Stream and Riparian Restoration Project. To learn more about this project, visit the Vermilion River Restoration page. Check out the video below for a preview:

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Spring in the Bull River valley

There is still a lot of snow in the high country and the river will likely come up another time or two as the snow melts out of the Cabinet Mountains, but the Bull River valley is greening up. This spring, we continue our efforts to improve the condition of streamside areas along the Bull […]

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2017 Bull River Calendar May – Building a Road

Montana Highway 56 winds through a wild place in the Bull River valley. On either side the Cabinet Mountains rise sharply from the valley floor. Travelers must be careful as they come around a curve, as they might encounter a Big Horn sheep or other wildlife coming down from the mountains or making the valley […]

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2017 Bull River Calendar April – The First Homesteaders

The first people to homestead in the Bull River valley were Cap and his brother Jim Berray. After Montana became a state in 1889, they traveled up the river and located their claims on natural meadowland nestled under the mountains. This is the land and open wetland/meadows seen from Highway 56 at the 8 mile bridge near […]

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1st Quarter Meeting Agenda – March 23, 2017

The Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group will hold its 1st Quarter Meeting on March 23, 2017 at 10:00 am MST at the Noxon Emergency Services Building located on Railroad Rd across from the school. At this meeting, Chris Brick from the Clark Fork Coalition will give a presentation on a Watershed Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment […]

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2017 Bull River Calendar March – River of Timber

This month’s calendar page features images of the “herds” of logs that used to be sent floating down the Bull River in the spring with high water. This was a common practice in multiple tributaries of the Clark Fork. In tighter areas, like the lower Bull River, dams were built up to raise the water […]

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LCFWG 1st Quarter Meeting – March 23

The first Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group Meeting of 2017 will be on Thursday, March 23rd. We will meet at 10:00 am MST at the Noxon Emergency Services Building, located on Railroad Rd across from the school. We’ll discuss a number of projects we have ongoing and upcoming – an agenda will be out in […]

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2017 Bull River Calendar February – A Forest Economy

February’s theme in the 2017 Bull River calendar features of images and descriptions of the Bull River valley’s forest history. Trees in this drainage are a bountiful resource and can grow to incredible size – large trees can still be found dotted throughout the forest and especially at Ross Creek Cedars, a giant cedar grove. Throughout the valley, […]

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