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Montana Tech professor and CFWEP volunteer Dr. Chad Okrusch helps students identify aquatic insects.

Montana Tech professor and CFWEP volunteer Dr. Chad Okrusch helps students identify aquatic insects.

CFWEP volunteers have the opportunity to work directly with students and teachers in the Upper Clark Fork Basin. Volunteers help run field trips and educational events, mentor students, and develop research and monitoring programs for participating schools.

CFWEP particularly depends on volunteers who are science and education experts working in the Clark Fork Basin, but everyone is encouraged to get involved in maintaining the health of our watershed.

To learn about volunteer opportunities with CFWEP send an email to the CFWEP Program Coordinator, Abby Peltomaa (apeltomaa@mtech.edu), and to receive regular updates on volunteer opportunities, sign up below for the CFWEP email list.

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