Water Festival held October 2

  On Tuesday, October 2, Sanders County fifth graders participated in the annual Water Festival put on by the Green Mountain Conservation District and Eastern Sanders County Conservation. The event, held at Thompson Falls State Park, featured a series of stations where students learn about a range of water related topics including aquatic insects, soil […]

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Healthy Riparian Guide: Conserving & Managing Streamside Vegetation

The Missoula Conservation District recently completed the Healthy Riparian Guide: Conserving & Managing Streamside Vegetation. While focused on the Middle Clark Fork River Basin, this document provides an overview of riparian areas (anything relating to the corridor along the banks of a stream, lake, or waterbody) applicable downstream in the Lower Clark Fork and all […]

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September 2018 Meeting Agenda

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) will hold a routine monthly meeting on September 19, 2018. Reports from the GMCD Administrator, Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana will be presented. Eight 310 applications will be discussed. The agenda is […]

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August 2018 Meeting Minutes

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) held a routine monthly meeting on August 15, 2018. Reports from the GMCD Administrator, Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana were presented. Thirteen 310 applications were discussed. Final minutes are posted below. Agenda: Regular […]

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Riparian Grazing Workshops

On June 26th, the Green Mountain Conservation District worked with the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana (SWCDM) to host a riparian grazing workshop. Speaker Sandy Wyman shared her expertise in riparian grazing management before a site visit along Little Beaver Creek. Links to her talks can be found on the SWCDM webpage below. […]

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July 2018 Meeting Minutes

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) held a routine monthly meeting on July 18, 2018. Reports from the GMCD Administrator, Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana were presented. Eight 310 applications were discussed. Minutes are posted below. Agenda: Regular Board Meeting, July 2018 7:00 PM […]

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Spring maintenance and planting in the Bull River

This May and June, partners were actively working in the Bull River drainage to continue revegetation efforts along the mainstem. Working with the Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group, Kootenai National Forest, and Montana Conservation Corps (MCC), the Green Mountain Conservation District helped plant over 1,000 trees and shrubs. Additional work included monitoring the condition of […]

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June 2018 Meeting Minutes

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) held a routine monthly meeting on June 20, 2018. Reports from the GMCD Administrator, Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana were presented. Eight 310 applications will be discussed. Final minutes are posted below. […]

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Montana Natural Resources Youth Camp Scholarship – Due June 6

  Green Mountain Conservation District is pleased to offer 3 competitive $100 scholarships for this exciting camp experience to off-set the all-inclusive camp fees of $300. Applications for GMCD scholarships must be received by e-mail or by USPS to the GMCD office by Wednesday June 6th.  Camp Applications can be downloaded at http://mnryc.org/ All GMCD […]

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May 2018 Meeting Minutes

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) held a routine monthly meeting on May 16, 2018. Reports from the GMCD Administrator, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana were presented along with a few items of old and new business. No 310 applications were be discussed, […]

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