MWCC’s 2019 Annual Impact Statement
Our Annual Impact Statement for 2019 is out!
With the help of our partners, MWCC has been able to:
- Distribute $230,000 in capacity, project, and professional development sub grants to watershed organizations through our Watershed Fund.
- Develop 2 New Watershed Stories to share the success of the Watershed Approach in Granite County and elsewhere in the Upper Clark Fork.
- Discuss the shared values of the Watershed Approach to natural resource management and the economic significance of healthy watersheds with 140 watershed professionals at the MWCC Annual Meeting in Helena, Montana.
- Provide shared learning with Watershed Partners who attended the 2019 Watershed Tour hosted by the Missouri Headwaters Partnership
- Reach 1,800 people with 24 Watershed Newsletters, providing up-to-date information on training, careers, funding opportunities for local watershed communities, and more.
View the entire Impact Statement on our “Progress” page.