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Board Meeting – via Conference Call

Due to current public health concerns and restrictions related to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Green Mountain Conservation District (GMCD) will hold their monthly meetings with limited in-person attendance – though call-in participation is welcome.  The meeting will start at 6:00…

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Public Hearing

The Green Mountain Conservation District will revise natural streambed and land preservation act rules governing the administration of the district’s stream permitting program.  The revision will include changing the time frame for an applicant to appeal a Board’s decision from…

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GMCD Outreach Meeting

Prior to the Green Mountain Conservation District's regular board meeting on February 19, 2020, GMCD supervisors and staff will meet with Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group Coordinator to discuss joint outreach efforts that the two organizations will be pursuing jointly…

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Water Festival

Every year, Green Mountain Conservation District and Eastern Sanders County Conservation District partner to host 5th graders from across the county at the Water Festival, an all-day field trip. Participants learn about different aspects of their watershed. This year's Water…

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Riparian Grazing Workshop – Thompson Falls

Riparian Grazing Workshop Featuring Sandy Wyman Sandy is a retired BLM Riparian & Rangeland Management Specialist, National Riparian Service Team 2012-2018 and NRCS for 15 years. She has worked throughout the west providing coaching and training in conflict management, facilitation,…

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Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group Meeting

Join the Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group for their regular 2nd Quarter Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group Meeting at the Green Mountain Conservtion District Office (2952 HWY 200) the morning on Thursday, June 14, 2018. In the afternoon, there will be…

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Fly Fishing Film Tour

The Green Mountain Conservation District, through a grant from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, is supporting efforts of the Lower Clark Fork Watershed Group, Kaniksu Land Trust, and the Panhandle Chapter of Trout Unlimited to bring the Fly Fishing…

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