The Clearwater Resource Council (CRC) works to engage the community and facilitate efforts that will enhance, conserve, sustain, and protect the natural resources and rural lifestyle of the Clearwater Watershed for present and future generations. Learn more »
You are invited to attend the Annual Meeting
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 starting at 5:30 P.M. in the Great Hall at Double Arrow Lodge
The meeting will include:
- Short reports on CRC's work in 2017
- A preview of CRC's first 30-second TV spot on invasive mussels
- The election of CRC Board Members and Officers
- Free pizza and one free cocktail
After 7 P.M. there will be a bluegrass jam session
November 23, 2017 - CRC's Leadership in preventing aquatic invasive mussels lands DNRC grant. Check out the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article, "AIS Prevention Grants Awarded" to learn more.
November 16, 2017 - Read the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article, "AIS Sampling Ends for the Season - No Mussels Detected.
September 14, 2017 - "Get Ready for the Next Fire Season" is an article by by Signe Leirfallom, CRCs Community Forester which appeared in the Seeley Lake Pathfinder.
August 31, 2017 - Read "A Place for All" article that appeared in the Seeley Lake Pathfinder on August 31, 2017 to learn what is happening with the Trails Project.
July 20, 2017 - AIS Inspection is critical in helping to prevent the introduction of invasive mussels, however boats could still slip by and launch. Read the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article for a view on what would it take to reach the "gold standard?" Additional Pathfinder articles on AIS can also be read by typing "mussel" or "CRC" into the Pathfinder search box (near the top, right). The state's AIS information resource is Montana's Mussel Response. Be sure to check it out.
Recent Pure Montana Tales - Moose event
FWP research biologist, Nick DeCesare shared information and data gathered as part of a moose population study he’s leading. Currently he is halfway through a ten year study of moose in three areas of the state. The information included factors that influence the numbers of moose in those areas including predators, parasites, and habitat. The study is also looking at effective methods for monitoring the populations since moose are harder to find using aerial observations. Details about the research can be found by going to the FWP Moose Populations & Monitoring page.
Research about other animals can be found
at the FWP Wildlife Research page.
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Photography: Lake and stream - Ann Mondul; Paddleboarders - Lee Boman; Celebrate the Clearwater - Jenny Rohrer