The Voice of the River

The Forgotten Fork

The Forgotten Fork

Something happens to me every time I enter the Gallatin Canyon. On one hand, I am uplifted by the natural beauty of the river, the geologic formations above its banks and the ample wildlife along its shores. But on the other, I am saddened by the constant rush of...

A Wild & Scenic Gallatin

A Wild & Scenic Gallatin

Anyone who has spent time on the Gallatin River would agree it is among the finest waterbodies in the western United States. For whitewater enthusiasts, there’s the Mad Mile, anchored by the iconic House Rock. For anglers, there’s Baetis Alley, a dry-fly fisherman’s...

Recreating Responsibly

Recreating Responsibly

As temps warm, we’re all raring to get back outside and stay there, passing the time along our riverbanks, trails, ridgelines, and shorelines. In the Upper Gallatin watershed, we enjoy nearly unencumbered access to outdoor recreation, but with that access comes...

Task Force Takes

Task Force Takes

Our positions on critical issues. As a watershed group, our approach is fundamentally collaborative. We seek consensus through partnerships, and our positions on key issues reflect that. Here’s where we stand. Montana Headwaters Legacy Act As a member of the Montanans...