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 →

Come along on GGWC’s Fall Tour: A Living History of Ag Irrigation in the Gallatin Valley

Saturday, October 4 — 8:30 am to 1:00 pm Meet at Zoot Enterprises in Four Corners RSVP to or 551-0804 by Oct 1 Join the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council for this year’s Fall Tour, “A Living History of Ag Irrigation.” The tour will explore the ecological, economic and historic significance of irrigation ditches and.. read more →

22 Sep 2014
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September Newsletter: Fall Tour, restoration video, and more!

        Click here to read our September newsletter! read more →

Celebrating GGWC’s 10th Birthday!

We are excited to celebrate 10 years of water research, restoration, and education in the Gallatin Valley! CLICK HERE to check out our August newsletter to for details about all the exciting ways we’re celebrating our 10th birthday! read more →

26 Aug 2014
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GGWC’s July Newsletter

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Meet Our New Board Member, Brad Bauer

Check out this interview with GGWC’s newest Board Member, Brad Bauer. Brad is the Natural Resource Agent at Gallatin County MSU Extension, and GGWC is thrilled to have him on board (pun intended)!       Q: Tell us about yourself. A: I have a Master of Science from MSU in Ecology. My wife and.. read more →

GGWC’s June Newsletter: It’s a busy month for us!

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Community-Based Stream Improvement Meetings & Comments Summary

Click here to read the Meetings & Comments Summary This January and February, GGWC hosted a Community-Based Stream Improvement input process involving meetings in Belgrade, Manhattan, Bozeman, and Bridger Canyon as well as an online comment survey. We received a tremendous amount of input from throughout the Gallatin Valley, with over 60 individuals attending one.. read more →

May Newsletter: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

Why do we think it’s the most wonderful time of the year? Read our May Newsletter to find out! read more →