Clark Fork Coalition
Grant Kier and Karen Knudsen, directors of Five Valleys Land Trust and the Clark Fork Coalition, walk the shore of the artificial pond in May 2012 built on land once proposed for subdivision near the mouth of Rock Creek.
MISSOULA — Bitterroot River floaters better brace for some long drags as a tough water year heads toward the end of irrigation season.
MISSOULA — Montana and Idaho rivers could see some federal upgrades if a U.S. Senate-passed bill makes it into law.
FRENCHTOWN – M2Green Redevelopment’s early vision of the former Smurfit-Stone mill site in Frenchtown includes some 1,500 acres of open space, two river access sites and, potentially, more than 500 acres of housing developments.
MILLTOWN — Like half-ton dust bunnies, sinker logs keep cropping up along the banks of the Blackfoot River.
Grant Kier and Karen Knudsen, directors of Five Valleys Land Trust and the Clark Fork Coalition, in May walk the shore of the artificial pond built on land once proposed for subdivision near the mouth of Rock Creek.
FRENCHTOWN – Potentially dangerous levels of dioxins, heavy metals and other hazardous chemicals turned up in a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency review of the former Smurfit-Stone Container Corp. pulp mill in Frenchtown.
HELENA — The Clark Fork Coalition says a water deal will assure flows to a small tributary to the upper Clark Fork River.
HELENA — An investment group that wants to buy Missoula’s privately owned city water system apparently has plans to sell the system after building up its value — and that could spell trouble for local ratepayers, an expert for a consumer-advocate office said.
HELENA — An international investment group that plans to buy Missoula’s city water company must provide state regulators with more information on how it treats similar investments, the state Public Service Commission said Tuesday.