Stream Team Information Meeting

2016 Stream Teams Flyer Info Meeting read more →

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 presence in the watershed community and our ties to the City of Bozeman and Montana State University. Lain Leoniak – Education & Outreach, Co-Chair.  Lain has been a water professional for fourteen years... read more →

Now recruiting volunteers for 2016 Stream Teams!

Click here for more information and a Stream Teams Schedule 2016 read more →

PRESS RELEASE: Annual Meeting to Discuss Clean Water in the Gallatin Valley

Annual Meeting Press Release – final FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 14, 2016 Annual meeting to discuss clean water in the Gallatin Valley  The Greater Gallatin Watershed Council (GGWC) invites the public to gain understanding about the importance of clean water in the Gallatin watershed at its 2016 Annual Meeting, “Celebrating Clean Water Partnerships,” The meeting is.. read more →

GGWC Monthly Meeting – Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Please join us for the next meeting of the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council. 2016.01.13_GGWC_Meeting_Agenda_DRAFT_v3 read more →

This is an event you don’t want to miss!

Please join us for the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council’s 2016 Annual Meeting at the Hotel Baxter in downtown Bozeman on Thursday, January 28 from 5:30 – 8:00 PM. 2016 GGWC Annual Meeting – Poster NEW rfs   read more →

News from the ‘shed – December 2015 Year in Review

Find out what the GGWC has been up to lately and what they have in store for the new year! Click here for News from the ‘shed – December 2015 Year In Review   read more →

What will you do for CLEAN WATER?

GIVE TO THE GALLATIN Greater Gallatin Watershed Council The Gallatin Watershed – where our water supports our lives. read more →

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays 2015 from GGWC read more →

5 Things You Should Know About Drought in the Gallatin Valley

Last week, our Fall Tour took a look at local water planning, conservation, and restoration efforts. In case you missed it, here’s the top five things you should know about drought in the Gallatin. 1. Drought prevention starts with water planning Drought may be caused by precipitation deficits including low snowpack and high temperatures or.. read more →