Watershed Restoration Planning

Watershed Restoration Planning

The Flathead Conservation District is currently creating a Watershed Restoration Plan (WRP) for the Flathead-Stillwater watershed (click here to see a map). This is in response to the Flathead-Stillwater TMDL, a report completed at the end of 2014 that lists the streams which have been identified as impaired by the Montana Department of Environmental Quality. The WRP aims to facilitate watershed-wide […]

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Are your cows in your stream?

Are your cows in your stream?

Cost-share funds from FCD can help!

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Trumbull Creek in May 2015, post-construction.

Trumbull Creek restoration project is complete

FCD is pleased to announce the completion of project work on a 4,000-foot stretch of Trumbull Creek southwest of Columbia Falls. The project will alleviate flooding on adjacent private property by removing debris, re-establishing channel depth, and restoring the integrity of existing levees.

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310 Permits

310 Permits

Learn more about 310 permits here.

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310 Stream Permits

Any person planning to work in or near a perennial stream or river on private or public land must first obtain a 310 Permit from the Flathead Conservation District.

  • Permit Information
  • Process & Considerations
  • Forms & Applications

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