Take a tour of the Mike Horse Dam & Repository

The Mike Horse Dam is gone, nearly all the tailings have been removed, and Mike Horse and Bear Trap Creeks – the headwaters of the Blackfoot River – are back in their original locations after nearly 100 years. Don’t miss your chance to see this history in the making.

Annual Blackfoot Community Conservation Area Field Tour scheduled for Friday, June 9th

The BCCA Council invites the public to join the annual field tour of the 5,600-acre community area. Stops and discussion topics will include forest and stream restoration, grazing sites, recreation and education opportunities, and future conservation projects. Transportation and food provided; RSVP required.

May Water Supply Report Now Available

Winter kept rolling in across a large part of the state and improved snow totals for May 1 in almost all basins. Snowpack west of the Divide has been above normal since February. April continued to drop snow at high elevations, and cooler weather prolonged the snowpack at mid elevations…

We’re Hiring! Come join our team

We’re seeking a new Operations Manager for the Blackfoot Challenge. This is a full-time position working to support core watershed programs, managing administrative, financial, fund development and Board development functions.

Blackfoot Water Rights & Water Measurement Workshop – Wednesday, April 5th, Helmville

2016 Annual Report Photo Contest – Submit your photos by Wednesday, March 22nd

For the 5th year in a row, we invite you to submit your favorite photos of Blackfoot watershed wildlife,
working lands, people and landscapes for inclusion in our Annual Report!

Photos must be a minimum of 300dpi or 1MB in size
Please include the photographer’s name and…

Pure Montana Tales presents: Two oustanding films in one night – Friday, March 17th

You’re Invited – Members’ Holiday Gathering at Paws Up, Wedsnesday December 14th

2017-2019 Blackfoot Community Conservation Area Applications now being accepted – Due November 30th

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,
2)     …

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…