July Newsletter

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23 Jul 2015
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Stream Team Training–Saturday, June 27

Interested in volunteering with Gallatin Stream Teams this summer?   The training will be Saturday, June 27 from 9 am to 3 pm at Bozeman City Hall (121 N Rouse Ave). You must attend the training in order to participate in Stream Teams this year, whether you are a new or returning volunteer.   View.. read more →

25 Jun 2015
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June Newsletter: Summer Fun in the Gallatin!

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17 Jun 2015
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26 May 2015
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Give BIG to the Gallatin on May 5!

It’s a BIG time of year in the Gallatin Watershed, and May 5 is your chance to GIVE BIG to GGWC.   The rivers are flowing with spring runoff. Students are learning about water during field trips. Stream Team volunteers are getting ready for water monitoring season. And GGWC is preparing for our first-ever restoration.. read more →

Stream Team Volunteer Profile: Rick Woodofork

Featured Volunteer: Rick Woodfork Team: East Gallatin River Volunteer since: 2014 “Anyone who loves the outdoors should volunteer at least one summer as a Stream Team member. You spend time in Bozeman’s streams and rivers and make a difference by collecting data that will be used to educate the community and improve the quality of.. read more →

16 Apr 2015
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April Newsletter: Beer and Awesome Volunteers

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10 Apr 2015
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Welcome New Board Members!

We at the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council are delighted to be joined by two new board members in recent months. They strengthen our business presence and ties to rural communities. The first is Michael Bertrand. Mike is the Resource Specialist at the Gallatin Conservation District, focusing on education and outreach. He earned his BS in.. read more →

March Newsletter

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23 Mar 2015
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Thinking Ahead to Spring: Plants, Soil & Water

By Chris Mahony, NRCS Soil Conservationist & GGWC Board Member Water, plants and soil—we all have them and we all use them, whether in our crop fields, gardens, or lawns.  Considering a plant’s water needs and root structure and the soil type can help you plant in a way that’s smart for the watershed. Plants:.. read more →