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Gallatin River Task Force Member Spotlight: Joanna McCoy

Gallatin River Task Force Member Spotlight: Joanna McCoy

This month's Gallatin River Task Force Member Spotlight: Joanna McCoy gained her deep affection for the outdoors from her father, and from growing up on a dairy farm on the Little Sandy River in Kentucky. Opportunities through college courses and experiences along the...

Thank You to Our Upper Deer Creek Restoration Project Volunteers!

Thank You to Our Upper Deer Creek Restoration Project Volunteers!

This Earth Day, the Gallatin River Task Force is celebrating the incredible success of the Upper Deer Creek restoration project, and a huge part of that success goes to our amazing volunteers! Healthy Rivers, Healthy Planet Clean water is essential for life on earth,...

Gallatin River Task Force Member Spotlight: Bonnie Wolff

Gallatin River Task Force Member Spotlight: Bonnie Wolff

In an effort to give more recognition to the people who step up to become members of the Task Force we are introducing our Gallatin River Task Force Member Spotlight.  Today, we wanted to highlight Bonnie Wolff. Bonnie discovered her love of the Gallatin River over 20...

Wildlife in the Watershed: Bighorn Sheep

Wildlife in the Watershed: Bighorn Sheep

Wildlife in the Watershed: Bighorn Sheep The symphony of nature, every animal holds a crucial role in the delicate fabric of our ecosystems. We turn our gaze towards the Gallatin River and the magnificent bighorn sheep that rely on its waters. As advocates for water...

Gallatin River Task Force Member Spotlight: Kevin Cloyd

Gallatin River Task Force Member Spotlight: Kevin Cloyd

In an effort to give more recognition to the people who step up to become members of the Task Force we are introducing our Membership Spotlight.  Today, we wanted to highlight one of our newest members, Kevin Cloyd. Kevin was first introduced to the Gallatin River...

Big Sky Community Shows Love for the Gallatin River

Big Sky Community Shows Love for the Gallatin River

As we begin to reflect on this past year, the progress we’ve made, and the projects we’ve accomplished, there is one common thread connecting all of these achievements: community. From the Gallatin River Clean-up to Hooked on the Gallatin and everything in between,...

Gallatin River Stewardship Awards 2023

Gallatin River Stewardship Awards 2023

On October 19th, the Gallatin River Task Force came together for a night of honoring the commitment of our volunteers, the dedication of our business partners, and the support of our community. Last week signified the 2023 Gallatin River Stewardship Awards. A...

Gallatin River Clean Up 2023

Gallatin River Clean Up 2023

Gallatin River Recreation for All If you drive along the Gallatin River in the summertime, you’ll likely see series of rafts bounding through iconic whitewater, anglers enjoying the blue-ribbon trout fishery casting their fly rods in hopes of reeling in a catch, and...

Hooked on the Gallatin 2023

Hooked on the Gallatin 2023

With community support, we achieve great things for the GallatinOn Friday, August 4th, the Gallatin River Task Force hosted our 11th annual Hooked on the Gallatin fundraising event and celebration of the Gallatin River.  A kickoff to the Wildlands Festival weekend,...

Protecting 1 million river miles begins at home

Protecting 1 million river miles begins at home

Today, the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System protects 13,396 miles of 226 rivers across the country, including five rivers in Montana. The upper Missouri River and three forks of the Flathead River were protected in 1976, while East Rosebud Creek won protection in 2018. But that represents less than one-half of one percent of the nation’s, and Montana’s rivers that are protected. We can and we must do better.

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