Are your cows in your stream?

Are your cows in your stream?

Cost-share funds from FCD can help!

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FCD Supervisors Verdell Jackson (left) and Mark Siderius (third from left) and MBMG scientists John Wheaton (second from left) and James Rose (right)

MBMG scientists give presentation on deep aquifer and subsurface geology of Flathead Valley

Two scientists from the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology recently visited the Flathead to present results from their investigation of the Valley’s subsurface geology and groundwater.

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Now accepting applications for Education Grants!

Now accepting applications for Education Grants!

The 2016-17 Education Grant cycle is now open! Education Grants are open to traditional and non-traditional educators who are looking to purchase supplies and/or equipment to support conservation-related activities.

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Enhancing a riparian buffer

2016-17 Cost-Share Program Application Cycle is Open

FCD is now accepting cost-share program applications for the 2016-17 cycle.

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Sarah Bowman, 2016 BSWC member

Welcome 2016 Big Sky Watershed Corps Member!

Sarah Bowman joined the Flathead Conservation District’s office in January as a member of the Big Sky Watershed Corps (BSWC).

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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 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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