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Prioritizing Restoration

Prioritizing Restoration

The upper Gallatin River is famous for its easy access. From the Yellowstone National Park boundary to the mouth of Gallatin Canyon, anglers, rafters, and kayakers enjoy almost 40 miles of public waterway and riverbank—but this convenience is not without consequence....

Quality Control

Quality Control

Since 2000, the Gallatin River Task Force has monitored water quality in the upper Gallatin watershed. Staffers and volunteers have routinely sampled several locations throughout the watershed to determine how land-use practices impact our streams, creeks, and rivers....

Recreating Responsibly

Recreating Responsibly

As temps warm, we’re all raring to get back outside and stay there, passing the time along our riverbanks, trails, ridgelines, and shorelines. In the Upper Gallatin watershed, we enjoy nearly unencumbered access to outdoor recreation, but with that access comes...

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