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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

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Mon-Fri. 9 am – 5 pm

 

 

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9th Annual Gallatin Weed Pull

June 10, 2017, 9:00am - June 10, 2017, 1:00pm

Volunteers wanted! Help cleanup your favorite fishing access and recreation sites along the Gallatin River with Madison Gallatin Trout Unlimited and Gallatin-Big Sky Weed Committee. ​ When: Saturday, June 10th 9am – Noon Where: Rendezvous @ Simms at Four Corners Enjoy coffee and goodies from Sola Cafe & Market, and then we’ll disperse to cleanup locations. For those in Big Sky who don't want to travel down the canyon, rendezvous at Portal Creek Flats @ 10am. Bring: Gloves, sun protection & long sleeves recommended. Win: Volunteers are eligible to win donated items from Bridger Brewing, Gallatin Valley Land Trust, MYSTERY RANCH BACKPACKS, & Simms Fishing Products!

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Task Force Supporters Made a “Big” Impact

Thank you to the forty donors who raised $8,735 to support a healthy Gallatin River for future generations on May 4th and 5th, 2017 during Give Big Gallatin Valley. The Gallatin River Task Force was the 21st of 168 nonprofit raising funds in Gallatin County.

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Water Forum Begins Initial Analysis of Solutions to Big Sky’s Water Resource Needs

On April 27, Big Sky Sustainable Water Solutions Forum (Water Forum) stakeholders and community members dove into initial analysis of what solutions might best address the water resource needs of growing human community and thriving natural river systems. Stakeholders representing community, business, conservation, recreation, downstream, local government, and agency perspectives have been meeting since June 2016 to create a community-based approach to water resources management.

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A Tale of Two Winters

In March, we predicted an early runoff, and below average peak flows, but now we’re not sure what to expect. What do you think peak flow in the Gallatin will be in 2017? When will the Gallatin peak? We’ll announce the best guess on our Facebook page.

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