Watershed Projects

Agricultural Properties — Story Mill Community Park — Bozeman Creek Enhancement Project —

Mandeville Creek at Bozeman High School — Gallatin Valley Conservation Partnership


 

The Greater Gallatin Watershed Council is working with landowners and partner organizations throughout the Lower Gallatin Watershed to improve stream health and water quality.

GGWC_0964Community-Based Stream Improvement is:

  • Based on the community’s priorities for water use
  • Aimed at improving water quality and stream health
  • Implemented with the voluntary participation of landowners and stakeholders
  • Achieved through on-the-ground projects and education

Goals:

  • Improve streams to meet the needs and values of residents
  • Improve water quality in streams that do not currently meet Montana Department of Environmental Quality standards
  • Engage the Gallatin community in discussions about long-term watershed health

 


 

WRPThe Lower Gallatin Watershed Restoration Plan

 In 2014, the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council worked with residents of the Gallatin Valley to create the Lower Gallatin Watershed Restoration Plan. This document identifies the community’s priorities for watershed health and identifies 33 potential projects to improve area streams and water quality.

Now that the plan is approved by the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, GGWC and other local organizations are eligible to apply for 319 grant funding from the Environmental Protection Agency to implement water quality improvement projects throughout the Lower Gallatin Watershed.

Download the Lower Gallatin Watershed Restoration Plan

 


To get involved in community-based stream improvement, email info@greatergallatin.org or call 551-0804.