The following is a partial listing of CFWEP partner organizations, funders and past collaborators.
Avian Science Center (University of Montana)
The mission of the Avian Science Center is to promote ecological awareness and informed decision making through the collection, synthesis, and dissemination of science-based information on western birds.
The Blackfoot Challenge is a landowner-based group that coordinates management of the Blackfoot River, its tributaries, and adjacent lands.
Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology
The Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology is the principal source of earth science information for the citizens of Montana. Since 1919, it has been mandated to conduct research and assist in the orderly development of the state’s mineral and water resources
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, through its employees and citizen commission, provides for the stewardship of the fish, wildlife, parks and recreational resources of Montana, while contributing to the quality of life for present and future generations
Montana Natural History Center
The mission of the Montana Natural History Center is to promote and cultivate the appreciation, understanding and stewardship of nature through education.
Montana Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP)
The NRDP was created in 1990 to prepare the state’s lawsuit against the Atlantic Richfield Co. (ARCO) for injuries to the natural resources in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB).
Montana Trout Unlimited
Montana Trout Unlimited’s mission is to conserve, protect, and restore Montana’s world-class coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.
A statewide water education program that supports water resource decision making and stewardship by providing unbiased information, resources, tools and education to all water users, housed on the MSU Campus in Bozeman, Montana.
Trout in the Classroom
Trout in the Classroom (TIC) is an environmental education program in which students in grades k-12 raise trout, monitor tank water quality, engage in stream habitat study, learn about water resources, and begin to foster a conservation ethic.
Watershed Education Network
The Watershed Education Network (WEN) started in 1996 as a volunteer effort based in Missoula, Montana. WEN offers monitoring instruction to citizen scientists, professional workshops, and experiential education programs to local schools.