2016 BCCA COUNCIL MEMBER APPLICANT INFORMATION
Closing Date: November 30, 2016
The Blackfoot Community Conservation Area (BCCA) Council is responsible for managing, on behalf of the community, the 5,609-acre Core area of the BCCA. To represent the diversity of community interests, the Council is comprised of 15 people, five each from three different categories, including:
1) Private Landowners,
Annual Trumpeter Swan Release Day – Join us at Jones Lake on Thursday, Sept. 8th and win a chance to release a swan!
Annual Trumpeter Swan Release Day
Thursday, September 8th, 2016
Jones Lake, Ovando
Members of the Blackfoot Trumpeter Swan Restoration Program began releasing swans in 2004. This year marks the 6th year in a row that trumpeter swans have successfully nested in the valley for possibly the first time in over 200 years. Join us on Thursday, September…
Pure Montana Tales presents: Archaeology in the Blackfoot – Thursday, August 18th, Stray Bullet Cafe
Pure Montana Tales presents:
Archaeology in the Blackfoot
Montana Department of Transportation Archaeologist Steve Platt will give a live demonstration of flintknapping – the art of creating arrowheads and other tools out of stone - and discuss archaeological finds in the Blackfoot watershed and beyond. Come and see this fascinating process firsthand and hear about the discoveries that…
Meetings scheduled to gather feedback on uses and values of the Clearwater-Blackfoot Project landscape: August 8th, 10th & 11th
Since 2000, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has managed the state’s instream flow water right on the Blackfoot River with heavy reliance upon the Blackfoot Drought Response Plan and the Blackfoot Drought Response Committee’s recommendations provided under that plan. Over the winter, the Committee made a change in the Plan that may affect junior water right holders when…
2015 Annual Report now available. Join us in reviewing another year of outcomes for the Blackfoot Watershed.
Blackfoot Challenge 2015 Annual Report now available.
Join us in reviewing another year of outcomes for the people, wildlife and lands of the Blackfoot Watershed:
Online raffle ticket purchases are now closed. Come on down and see us at the Kettlehouse to get your tickets! We’ll be selling right up until 7:30 tonight.