|Become a Volunteer|
The Coalition’s goal of protecting clean water and restoring stream health is attainable only if we create enduring connections between people and their waterways. To this end, we work to connect citizens to hands-on ways they can directly improve the health of their backyard creeks and streams through our Volunteer River Corps. This new outreach program includes an introductory training in watershed health and basic stream restoration, coupled with monthly outdoor events that include restoration projects and revegetation activities, weed pulls, cleanup opportunities, snowpack and streamflow monitoring, and more.
Volunteer River Corps Schedule:
Volunteer Restoration Workday, Saturday June 15th:
On the Horizon: Planting, Floating, Learning, and MORE!
-July date TBD-Learning Float and Stream Health Assessment in Missoula
-August 3rd-Milltown-to-Downtown Float and RiverFest Celebration in Missoula
-August date TBD-Stream Flow monitoring
-Beaver Habitat GIS study
Celebrate Clean Water
We hope to see you at one of our upcoming socials in partnership with our local watering holes. A portion of all sales benefit the Clark Fork Coalition and we'll have some special prizes for Volunteer River Corps members too. Stay tuned!
-Monday, June 3: Moscow Monday at Montgomery Distillery, 5-8pm
-Wednesday, June 19: Community UNITE at Northside Kettlehouse, 5-8pm
Check back often, more volunteer opportunities coming soon!