2018 Southwest Montana Fly Fishing and Conservation Camp

Applications available March 2018. Applications Due June 29, 2018 Space is limited! Scholarships available! Email Chris Doyle or call at 406-496-4790. There are two dates for the 2018 camp based on camper age: Ages 12-14: July 30 – August 1 Agest 15-17: August 1 – August 3

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The Montana Steward: Answers to Superfund

Download the latest edition of The Montana Steward: Answers to Superfund, a comprehensive guide to Upper Clark Fork Basin Superfund sites and issues, from past to present.


Go to Sciencepartners.info for more Science in Education.

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Download StormWater Information Here. MontanaStewardFall2014smPDF-final      

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What do you mean by “dead zone”?

By Dr. Arlene Alvarado, Education Coordinator Question:  Many students expressed concern about the ‘dead zone’ on Silver Bow Creek near the waste water treatment plant.  They asked, “What do you mean by ‘dead zone’?” As I wrote in my last column [Montana Steward, 2014, Vol. 4 (1)], for over 100 years Silver Bow Creek was [...]

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Birds Eye View Education Program

  Are you curious about Montana’s birds?  Join the University of Montana Bird Ecology Lab for a morning of bird banding At one of these locations:  2015_BEVEPannouncementdirectionsforpublic Valley of the Moon Nature Trail on Rock Creek Grant-Kohrs Ranch NHS in Deer Lodge MPG Ranch near Florence (by appt. only)     The University of Montana [...]

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1908 Flood influenced what we are now.

Butte was booming in 1908. For all practical purposes, the War of the Copper Kings was over, even though the Anaconda Company would not completely consolidate its ownership of nearly every mine and more until after William Clark died in 1925. After Augustus Heinze was out of the picture in 1906, money that had been [...]

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Bringing Research Into the Classroom (BRIC)

  Bringing Research into the Classroom (BRIC) builds upon eight years of collaborative efforts between the Montana Tech Phage Discovery Program and Cfwep.Org.  The project directors have designed this new program to include intensive teacher professional development, classroom bacteriophage discovery, and summer science and pedagogy academy.  As part of a recently funded National Institutes of [...]

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Thanks to All Cfwep.Org Supporters for our Fly Fishing Camp 2014

·         Mountain West Holding Company ·         Montana Interventional Diagnostic Radiology Specialist PLLC ·         Butte Walmart ·         Butte Produce ·         The Stone Fly Shop ·         Bob Ward & Sons ·         Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation ·         Montana Resources ·         Anaconda Disposal ·         Anaconda Veterinary Clinic ·         Washoe Fish Hatchery ·         Joe Kambic with FWP ·         Pioneer Technical and Warm Springs Ponds (Brian, John Mike, Steve, and DJ) ·         Tom Mocilac [...]

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