7:00 PM19:00

Living with Bears in Seeley Lake

Learn about co-existing with bears in Seeley Lake.

The Great Bear Foundation will offer examples from Manitoba and the US on the awareness, creativity and tolerance necessary for humans and bears to co-exist.
Information on how to acquire a bear-resistance garbage container will be available.

This will take place at the Seeley Lake Historical Barn. We hope to see you there.

View Event →
6:00 PM18:00

CRC Annual Meeting

Join us at the Double Arrow Lodge.

The Meeting will include :

  • short summary of CRC programs in 2018

  • volunteer experiences

  • meet our new Executive Director & our Big Sky Watershed Corp member

  • & free Double Arrow pizza!

No RSVP required – bring a friend!

View Event →
7:00 PM19:00

Pure Montana Tales - a screening of "Walking Bear Comes Home: The Life and Work of Chuck Jonkel"

"Walking Bear Comes Home" is a 56-minute documentary film about bear biologist Chuck Jonkel.  

Frank Tyro, co-director and principal cinematographer, attended the screening. Tyro worked with Chuck for over 30 years on the Arctic Ecology Field Courses sponsored by the Great Bear Foundation. Along with Frank, Jamie Jonkel, Chuck's son and MT FWP Wildlife Specialist, shared a few stories about his father.

Learn more about Pure Montana Tales events.

View Event →
7:00 PM19:00

How Your Home Can Survive a Wildfire

  • Seeley Lake Community Center (Sullivan Memorial Hall) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
Download event  Poster  (900 KB)

Download event Poster (900 KB)

How Your Home Can Survive a Wildfire
with Jack Cohen, retired research scientist from Missoula USFS Fire Laboratory. 

Jack Cohen presents home owners with the evidence and the tools to greatly improve the odds that your home will survive a wildfire.  It’s never too early to get ready for this year’s fire season!

View Event →
7:00 PM19:00

Inside Wildfire

  • Seeley Lake Historical Society (Historical Barn) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
Download this event  Poster

Download this event Poster

Learn about the impact of wildfire on fish, streams, wildlife and the forest featuring Scott Tomson, Wildlife Biologist, USFS and Shane Hendrickson, Fisheries Biologist, USFS.

What are the short term impacts of wildlife being displaced or killed by wildfire?
What is the effect on fish if streams burn hot?
What was the impact of the Rice Ridge Fire on our habitat, fisheries and wildlife?

View Event →
10:00 AM10:00

Wildlife Tracking Workshop

Grizzly Tracks photo by Jeff Harrits

Grizzly Tracks
photo by Jeff Harrits

Adam Lieberg shared his expertise to help participants gain a better understanding of animal tracks they spot around the valley.

The presentation was free and open to everyone.

A two hour in-the-field tracking workshopfollowed the presentation. The workshop was also free but limited to 14 people.
Learn more about the event here.

View Event →