2013 News & Events
A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Small North American Wetlands Act (NAWCA) grant will partially help fund a conservation project on the north shore of Flathead Lake. Click here to read more...
Find out more about birding in the Flathead Valley in this new guide produced by Flathead Audubon Society and others. The guide includes a map highlighting local hot spots for bird watching, as well as information about their habitat and driving directions.
Flathead Land Trust receives the Wildlife Conservation Award for 27 years of “outstanding conservation achievements and demonstrated conservation leadership that benefits the wildlife resources” – said Alan Wood, Wildlife Program Officer for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. The award was also in recognition of the land trust’s work with the River to Lake Initiative. Click here to read the Flathead Land Trust’s press release, or the Bigfork Eagle’s Article.
Kirstin Gruver is joining the River to Lake Initiative as our new Flathead River Steward. Kirstin is a Big Sky Watershed Corps (associated with AmeriCorps) member who will be working on education projects and helping interested landowners restore critical riparian areas and wetlands along the Flathead River and the north shore of Flathead Lake. Click here to read more…
Read how local people and students are helping MT Fish Wildlife and Parks understand how migratory waterfowl use farms and other critical lands in the Flathead and Smith valleys during their spring migration. To read the article published by the Intermountain West Joint Venture click here.
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