2019 Missouri Headwaters Watershed Tour Resources
Thank you to everyone who attended our 2019 Missouri Headwaters Watershed Tour! Below, find resources used or mentioned on the tour, contact information, and a way to give us feedback.
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Drought Panel PowerPoint
View or download the PowerPoint slides from the drought panel discussion below.Final_ Drought Panel 9_11_19.pptx
Download: Final_ Drought Panel 9_11_19
Missing your tour brochure? Find a copy below. Be sure to pay attention to page numbers as this document is organized to be printed as a booklet so the pages appear out of order.
Read through our blog posts for each stop written by Big Sky Watershed Corps members by clicking on the links below:
- Collaborative Conservation in the Big Hole Watershed
- A Restoration Success Story in the Beaverhead
- Coming Together in the Ruby Valley
- A Group Effort: Passive Restoration on Private Land in the Madison Valley
- A Glimpse of the Centennial Valley
- Reducing Risk in the Jefferson
- The Gallatin Watershed: A Story of Stewardship and Collaboration
Contact Information for Groups Featured on the Tour
- Tana Nulph, (406) 960-4855, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jamie Cottom, (406) 683-3802, email@example.com
- Kara Maplethorpe (715) 681-0795
- David Stout, (406) 842-5741, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Les Gilman, (406) 842-5010, email@example.com
- Kristin Gardner, (406) 993-2519, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ethan Kunard, (406) 682-7289, email@example.com
- Evan Norman, (406) 533-5945, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Holly Hill, (406) 560-4425, email@example.com
Contact Fellow Attendees
Download the list of tour attendees and find their contact information here: Missouri-Headwaters-Tour-Registrants-2019
Other Resources Mentioned During the Tour
- During the drought panel, we mentioned a new data hub for the Upper Missouri Headwaters. Find the website here.
- Looking to take amazing before and after pictures for restoration projects like the Madison Conservation District? They used the Overlay Camera app.
- Heidi Folnagy of DNRC mentioned Reclamation and Development Grants during the tour. The funds are available for two types of projects: 1) reclamation or remediation of areas where natural resources are impacted by mining, oil and gas development, or hazardous waste and 2) crucial state needs. Planning grants are due on October 10th.