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Gallatin River Task Force
PO Box 160513
Big Sky, MT 59716

(406) 993-2519
headwaters@gallatinrivertaskforce.org

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47855 Gallatin Rd. (Hwy 191)
Suite E
Big Sky, MT 59716

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Big Sky Sustainable Water Solutions Forum Develops Water Stewardship Plan

The Big Sky Sustainable Water Solutions Forum stakeholders reached consensus on recommendations for community-based priorities and actions to manage water resources in Big Sky. These actions will allow community partners to work together to address current impacts to water resources, maintain and enhance healthy river systems, maximize valuable and limited water assets, slow the flow of water through the watershed, and improve the community’s collective knowledge of the health of Big Sky’s water resources.

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From Big Sky Watershed Corps Member to Water Conservation Program Coordinator

In November, the Task Force welcomed not only the approaching holiday and ski season but also a new Water Conservation Program Coordinator. Emily Casey, our 2016 & 2017 Big Sky Watershed Corps Member transitioned to a new role as a full-time employee to help inspire a water conservation ethic across the community through two main projects: a water conservation rebate program and drought resilience planning.

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Fall Work Completed at Moose Creek Recreation Area

Work to stabilize streambanks and improve river access began at Moose Creek Flat recreation area in October 2017. The first phase of the Moose Creek restoration project, including the boat ramp, kayak launch, trails, and streambanks restoration, was completed in Fall 2017. Additional streambank restoration and fencing will be completed in Spring 2018.

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Big Sky Fourth Grade Students Explore Environmental Change

“If the water is not clear, nobody will want to play, raft, or fish the river…If nobody wants to play in the river, the economy will go down…because a lot of our money comes from sports in the river,” a fourth-grade student stated during a mock engineering summit at Ophir Elementary School. The Solutions Matter Summit was the culmination of a six-week unit of inquiry by the fourth-grade class exploring local and global environmental change.

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