February 2019 Meeting Minutes

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) held a routine monthly meeting on February 20, 2019. Reports from the GMCD Administrator, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, and Natural Resource Conservation Service were be presented. Six 310 applications were discussed. Agenda and approved minutes are posted below. Agenda: Regular Board Meeting, February 20 7:00 PM at the Green […]

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Local watershed partners plan for a busy year

Published in the Sanders County Ledger on February 7, 2019. Photo: Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks fisheries biologist Jason Blakney observes past restoration project completed in 2007. Large wood structures on the left bank and fencing around streamside plantings on the right bank are visible under mid-winter snow.  Local land managers, fish biologists, watershed workers and […]

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January 2019 Meeting Minutes

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) held a routine monthly meeting on January 16, 2019. Reports from the GMCD Administrator, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, and Natural Resource Conservation Service were presented. Five 310 applications were discussed. The agenda and minutes are posted below. Agenda: Regular Board Meeting, January 16 7:00 PM at the Green Mountain […]

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Revegetation is an ongoing effort

The end of each year often provides opportunity for reflection on past work and achievements, while the start of a new year fuels the generation of lofty goals. A large accomplishment in 2018 for the Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group, Green Mountain Conservation District, and partners was completing final implementation of the largest revegetation project […]

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December 2018 Meeting Minutes

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) held a routine monthly meeting on December 5, 2018. Reports from the GMCD Administrator, Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, and Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana were presented. Four 310 applications will be discussed. The agenda and minutes are posted below. Agenda: Regular Board […]

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2019 Western MT Grazing and Ag Conference

On Thursday and Friday, January 17th and 18th an informative conference featuring Montana’s leading minds in conservation agriculture will be held at the Double Tree Edgewater in Missoula.  The agenda is posted below. For more information or to register, visit: lakecountyconservationdistrict.org/2019-western-montana-grazing-and-ag-conference/ Agenda Thursday, January 17th, 2019 8-9 am REGISTRATION —Pastries and Coffee Sponsored by: Valley Irrigation Inc. Corvallis, […]

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November Board Meeting cancelled; December Board Meeting rescheduled

The Green Mountain Conservation District meets regularly on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm. However, please note that the November meeting has been cancelled and the December meeting has been rescheduled for Wednesday, December 5 at 7:00pm.  These meetings are open to the public, however if you have something you wish to discuss […]

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Ranching for River – funding opportunity for landowners

The Soil & Water Conservation Districts of Montana (SWCDM), in partnership with the Missouri River Conservation  Districts Council, is pleased to announce funding is available for Ranching for Rivers, a cost-share program to help ranchers with riparian pasture fencing projects. The purpose of Ranching for Rivers is to provide landowners throughout the state with the […]

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October 2018 Meeting Minutes

The Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) held a routine monthly meeting on October 17, 2018. Reports from the GMCD Administrator and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks were presented. Four 310 applications were discussed. The agenda and minutes are posted below. Agenda: Regular Board Meeting, October 17 7:00 PM at the Green Mountain Conservation District Office, 2952 […]

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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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