Bozeman volunteer fights for water quality and cats

From the Bozeman Daily Chronicle: Everyday People Bozeman volunteer fights for water quality and cats Troy Carter, Chronicle Staff Writer Posted: Monday, February 23, 2015 8:00 pm By 8 a.m. every Monday morning, volunteer Katherine Boyk, 23, is caring for the cats at the Heart of the Valley animal shelter’s off-site adoption center in Bozeman... read more →

What’s Happening at Story Mill Park?

Click here to read the newly-released overview of stream and wetland restoration at Story Mill Community Park in Bozeman.   read more →

5 Things You Should Know About Snowpack in the Gallatin

Snow (or the lack thereof) is the conversation of the season. At our annual meeting last month, we heard from experts on local snowpack and water quantity. In case you missed it, here’s five important things we learned from Lucas Zukiewicz, of USDA-NRCS Montana Snow Survey and Water Supply Forecasting Program; Tom Michalek and James.. read more →

January Newsletter—Exciting News for the Watershed!

Click here to read our January Newsletter!     read more →

03 Feb 2015
0 Comment

SUCCESS! Lower Gallatin Watershed Restoration Plan Approved

2015 begins with exciting news for the watershed: the Lower Gallatin Watershed Restoration Plan has been officially accepted by the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). This document identifies the community’s priorities for watershed health and enables interested landowners to implement stream restoration projects on their properties. Last year, residents of the Lower Gallatin Watershed.. read more →

December Newsletter

Click here to read GGWC’s December Newsletter! read more →

11 Dec 2014
0 Comment

What can you give to the Gallatin on #GivingTuesday?

What can you give to the Gallatin on #GivingTuesday?   Following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday is a day to celebrate giving back. GGWC is excited to be working with many local nonprofits to bring #GivingTuesday to the Gallatin Valley on Tuesday, December 2, 2014. This is a day to celebrate the spirit of.. read more →

18 Nov 2014
0 Comment

November Newsletter: 5 Things You Should Know about Irrigation

Click here to read GGWC’s November Newsletter read more →

Comment on draft Lower Gallatin Watershed Restoration Plan by Nov 6

Click here to download The Lower Gallatin Watershed Restoration Plan Throughout the year, the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council has heard from residents of the Lower Gallatin Watershed about the importance of local streams, concerns for water quality and stream health, and ideas for potential restoration projects. We have taken the input you provided and created.. read more →

SPECIAL EDITION NEWSLETTER: What’s Happening at Story Mill?

Click here to read GGWC’s October newsletter about exciting restoration work happening now on wetlands and streams at the future Story Mill Community Park! read more →