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

(406) 993-2519
headwaters@gallatinrivertaskforce.org

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

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri. 9 am – 5 pm

 

 

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Good morning! Here's a friendly reminder about healthy and respectful Facebook dialogue.

We love our river and our lively social media community. We welcome your comments and feedback. Help us foster an environment of mutual respect and keep the following guidelines in mind:

* Post relevant, fact-based comments.

* Refrain from the use of profanity, personal attacks, or hate speech.

* Do not use our Facebook page to promote a business or raise money.

* When in doubt, think "Golden Rule": Treat others the way you'd like to be treated yourself.

We reserve the right to remove and report posts that do not follow these guidelines.

Thank you!

PC: Rich Addicks
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Moose Creek Update!

The Gallatin River Task Force and Custer Gallatin National Forest are working to restore streambanks and improve access in Gallatin Canyon. The first project at Moose Creek will improve river health and safety by stabilizing streambanks, enhancing streamside vegetation, building trails to concentrate use and installing a boat ramp and kayak launch. Earlier this week, a truckload of conifer boughs arrived, the first tier of the kayak launch was set in cement, and trail work began.

Thank you to Yellowstone Club Community Foundation, Moonlight Community Foundation, Patagonia World Trout Initiative, Boundary Expeditions, Big Sky PBR, Gallatin Resource Advisory Council, and individual donors for supporting the project. Contact us to learn how you can support future generations of river lovers.

PC: Jeff Dunn
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Big Sky Sustainable Water Solutions Forum Begins to Identify Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Priorities

A collaborative group of diverse stakeholders has been meeting since June 2016 to address water resource management in Big Sky. The group strives to protect and enhance the health of the river systems while providing for the needs of a growing community. In a recent meeting, the Big Sky Sustainable Water Solutions Forum focused on identifying priorities for wastewater treatment and reuse.Β 

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Changing of the Guard

Ron Bowlin retired from the Gallatin River Task Force board of directors at a board meeting on Tuesday, August 29th, 2017. Ron, a career Navy-man, served on the Task Force board of director for almost four years. At the same meeting, Rick Donaldson was named Gallatin River Task Force Board Chair.

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Wetland Noxious Weed Alert!

Heads up to all pond owners in Big Sky – keep an eye out for Yellowflag iris! For the first time ever, The Gallatin-Big Sky Weed Committee has identified this invasive plant among cattails in a private pond in the Beaver Creek area.

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