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 »


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Adopt-A-Stream monitoring has been taking place the last several months.
Learn more about this project and see some pictures of volunteers at work. Adopt-A-Stream »

 

Soon Adopt-A-Lake volunteers will be out monitoring the lakes in the valley.  Find out about that program. Adopt-A-Lake »

Check out the latest Newsletter and these Events which are coming up.

 Download the  Newsletter  as a pdf.

Download the Newsletter as a pdf.

 
 Thursday, June 14, 7 PM View event  details  (1 MB)

Thursday, June 14, 7 PM
View event details (1 MB)

 
 
 Thursday, June 21, 7 PM View event  details  (900 KB)

Thursday, June 21, 7 PM
View event details (900 KB)


Get Involved

Summer Project Volunteers Needed

Please take a moment to look at the various Projects CRC is involved in. If a project piques your interest we hope you'll contact jenny@crcmt.org for how you might get involved.

Executive Director Position available

 
 View the complete  Job Description   To apply: Email a resume, detailed cover letter and 3 references to Jon@crcmt.org. Applicant review will begin May 1, 2018.

View the complete Job Description

To apply: Email a resume, detailed cover letter and 3 references to Jon@crcmt.org.
Applicant review will begin May 1, 2018.


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CRC's Projects.
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NEWS

May 10, 2018 - Knowing fire season is nearly here, CRC has two informational events coming up in June: Inside Wildfire and How Your Home Can Survive a Wildfire. Learn more » 

Additionally check out, Get Ready for the Next Fire Season an article by Signe Leirfallom, CRCs Community Forester which appeared in the Seeley Lake Pathfinder ((September 14, 2017).

March 15, 2018 - Montana Watercraft Inspection stations have started to open for the year. Know what to expect when stopping at one.

Clean, Drain, and Dry
Learn more by reading the current newsletter
or clicking on a link above.

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AIS Inspection is critical in helping to prevent the introduction of invasive mussels, however boats could still slip by and launch. Read additional Pathfinder articles on AIS  and CRC's efforts to prevent their introduction into the valley by typing "mussel" or "CRC" into the Pathfinder search box (near the top, right). 

January 25, 2018 - read the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article, A Place for All: CRC Launches Clearwater Lakes Alliance Initiative, which describes CRC's efforts to establish a coordinated, proactive program for protecting the valley's lakes and streams.

Did you miss this event but want to know about it? Please check out the links below.

  February 28, 2018   See the  KPAX news  report Read the   Seeley Swan Pathfinder   article View the  meeting as filmed  by MCAT,* or via  YouTube .  *This presentation was recorded by Missoula Community Access Television as part of a Media Assistance Grant donated to CRC by MCAT.  For other MCAT productions visit  www.mcat.org

February 28, 2018
See the KPAX news report
Read the Seeley Swan Pathfinder article
View the meeting as filmed by MCAT,* or via YouTube.

*This presentation was recorded by Missoula Community Access Television as part of a Media Assistance Grant donated to CRC by MCAT.  For other MCAT productions visit www.mcat.org

 

 

 

Learn about various events and activities that have been going on.

Contact jenny@crcmt.org for more information on any of these topics.

 
 Read the latest newsletter. (1.3 MB)

Read the latest newsletter.
(1.3 MB)

 

FEATURED MATERIAL

Read
2016 Adopt-A-Stream report (1.3 MB)
and the
CRC Volunteer 2016 aquatics monitoring work.
(preliminary report)
 

Watch CRC's Keeping Clearwater
A 15 minute movie detailing efforts to protect the watershed.

I am particularly proud of the role CRC has played with hazard fuel reduction work around Seeley Lake which is so important. CRC has been a light for the Valley and its residents - keep up the good work.
— Tim Love, former District Ranger, Seeley Lake Ranger District
 
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Photography: Lake and stream - Ann Mondul; Paddleboarders - Lee Boman; Celebrate the Clearwater - Jenny Rohrer