The next Clearwater Partners Workshop is coming up in September.

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Additional Tips on to follow for saving your home from wildfire can be found in this CRC Newsletter.

On June 21, 2018 the Clearwater Partners Workshop featured How Your Home Can Survive a Wildfire, presented by Jack Cohen, retired research scientist from Missoula USFS Fire Laboratory.
The event was held at Seeley Lake Community Center (Sullivan Memorial Hall) on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at the 7:00 PM

Read the follow up article, Taking Houses Out of the Wildfire Equation featured in the June 28, 2018 edition of the Seeley Swan Pathfinder. 


Everyone really "dug" into the Gardening Workshop on April 7, 2018.

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Learn more about this event.

While it is CRC’s intent to disseminate natural resource conservation information and educate the residents and visitors to this watershed, we believe that teaming up fun activities with learning opportunities is an effective way to bring a larger base of active and engaged citizens to bear on resource conservation.  Our Clearwater Partner Workshops do just that. Ideas for future Partner Workshops include: 

  • fly casting, fly tying
  • wildflower identification
  • identifying native aquatic plants on the Clearwater Canoe Trail
  • wildlife tracking
  • effective gardening in the Clearwater watershed
  • hunting season updates
  • surviving in the back county

We welcome your requests and ideas. Contact Jenny at jenny@crcmt.org.

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Past Workshops include:

April 1, 2017, a gardening Seed Saving workshop was provided featuring Robin Kelson, the owner of the Good Seed Company based in Whitefish. (View the promotional flyer.)

On January 21, 2017 a Winter Wildlife Tracking workshop with Adam Lieberg, was held. Visit the Tracking Workshop page.

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October 6, 2016
2015 Hunting Season Review presented by Scott Eggeman, MT FWP