On Wednesday, April 14 we spent an hour sharing short stories about the conservation and stewardship underway in the Blackfoot River watershed. From prescribed fire and trumpeter swan journeys, to the design expertise of beavers and the use of electricity to prevent wildlife conflict (with video!), we showcased some of our favorite stories from the past year.VIEW THE RECORDING
Over the last few weeks, a number of private landowners, organizations and public agencies have conducted prescribed burns in the Blackfoot River watershed with the goal of enhancing both forest health and community safety. While this fills the skies with smoke for a few days, burning this time of year has numerous benefits for both forested landscapes and communities.LEARN MORE
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“The Blackfoot watershed is the birthplace of the conservation concept for the 21st century.”
“The bears are still here, we’ve just learned to live with them. We’re glad the Blackfoot Challenge is here to help us do that.”
“It is amazing and inspirational to see how they are able to find common goals and interests between landowners in such a large area.”