Join us for a workshop on beavers! How do reduce conflicts and support healthy streams

Nov 11 – Join us on November 20 in Ovando to learn about strategies to reduce conflicts with beavers and enhance benefits from water storage and drought resilience.

Seeking full-time Forestry Coordinator. Application review begins November 25.

Nov 5 – Join our team! We are seeking a Forestry Coordinator to guide forest lands conservation in the Blackfoot Watershed. Click for full position description and required qualifications.

Pure Montana Tales presents: Prescribed Fire for Private Lands on November 5

Oct 28 – As part of our ongoing Pure Montana Tales series, we hope you will join us for a public discussion on the use of prescribed fire for forest and rangeland health on private lands.

Announcing Seth Wilson as incoming Executive Director

Sept 3 – We are pleased to introduce our new Executive Director, Seth Wilson, to our membership. Please join us in welcoming him (back) to the team.

Trumpeter Swan Release Day returns!

Aug 26 – After a two-year hiatus, Trumpeter Swan Release Day returns to the Blackfoot. Join us in Ovando on Thursday, Sept. 5 and win a chance to release a swan!

Blackfoot Drought Response Plan Now Active

Aug 6 – The Blackfoot River recently fell below 700 CFS and the Blackfoot Drought Committee initiated the Drought Response Plan shortly after. Click to read what this means.

Join us for a block party in downtown Ovando on Wednesday, August 14!

July 31 – Let’s celebrate! Join us for a block party on Wednesday, August 14 in downtown Ovando. Beer garden, food trucks, live music, silent raffle and live auction!

2018 Annual Report now available

June 24 – Join us in reviewing another year of homegrown solutions for the Blackfoot River Watershed.

Support the Challenge while you drive!

June 13 – Introducing a specialty license plate showing pride for the 406. Support community-based conservation in the Blackfoot River Watershed while you drive!

Join the Blackfoot Community Conservation Area Council for their annual field tour on Monday, June 10

May 30 – Once the snow finally melts away each spring, the BCCA Council takes a tour of the area to view ongoing projects and discuss new ones. They welcome public participation–click below for the full details.