Volunteers Collect Over 500lbs of Trash at Lower Gallatin River Cleanup!

The Greater Gallatin Watershed Council’s first annual Lower Gallatin River Cleanup was a great success. Seventeen community volunteers turned out on a beautiful fall morning to help remove over 500 pounds of trash from the Axtell Bridge and Cameron Bridge Fishing Access sites on Saturday, October 14th. Volunteer teams collected tires, cans, cigarette butts, plastic.. read more →

Thank you July Sampling Teams!

GGWC and GLWQD want to thank our July volunteers for devoting their weekend to collecting data for Gallatin Stream Teams. All their time and commitment is very appreciated by the Gallatin Local Water Quality District as well as GGWC. These folks spent time on the four sites on the East Gallatin River and four sites on Bozeman.. read more →

Join us at an upcoming community drought forum!

The Greater Gallatin Watershed Council will host a series of public forums in communities across the Lower Gallatin focused on drought impacts and experiences. These forums, which will occur in Bozeman, Belgrade, Four Corners, and Manhattan, will include speakers sharing how drought affects specific sectors like agriculture, recreation, and municipalities in each community. The forums.. read more →

Bozeman Brewing Company Pint Night

Join us July 16th at Bozeman Brewing Company at 2:00 PM for drinks, networking, and learning about what GGWC does in the Gallatin Valley. Every pint sold, 50 cents will be donated to GGWC. These funds will help our non-profit plan and take action on improving our quality of life here in the Gallatin Valley,.. read more →

Story Mill Community Park Hike

Join Brad Bauer with the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council as we visit Story Mill Park to learn more about the plants and wetlands that call this great place home! July 13th 5:30 – 6:30 Bozeman’s largest wetland is getting a makeover. Construction is underway at the future Story Mill Community Park to rebuild this valuable.. read more →

Gallatin Stream Teams Training

Hey folks! The Gallatin Stream Teams season is right around the corner! The training will be this June 24th, from 9 AM to 3 PM. Coffee from Treeline will be provided in the morning, and pizza for lunch! The beginning portion of the training will be at the Gallatin County Court House, and the afternoon.. read more →

JUNE GREEN DRINKS

The City of Bozeman’s Water Conservation Division, Stormwater Division, and the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council are hosting the June Green Drinks on June 21st at 5:30pm.  This event will provide opportunity for discussion about the Gallatin Valley’s water resources, water supply, and water quality.  There will be resources available on how community members can help.. read more →

Want to be on a Gallatin Stream Team?

Join us at REI in Bozeman on Thursday, May 11th from 6:00 PM  –  7:30 PM for information about the Gallatin Stream Team volunteering! Gallatin Stream Teams is a volunteer stream monitoring program operated in partnership between the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council and the Gallatin Local Water Quality District. Since 2008, citizen scientists have been testing water.. read more →