Yellowstone River Conservation District Council
Standing on the southern shore of Lake Josephine in Riverfront Park, it's easy to see where a crew from the Montana Conservation Corps did its work earlier this month.
The National Blueways System, a new federal program that recognizes large river systems and community conservation efforts, could be a good fit for the Yellowstone River, a U.S. Department of Interior official said Thursday.
Plans to build a $43 million hospital in Livingston are moving ahead despite the opposition of critics who say it is being built in a dangerous location.
The Yellowstone Valley Brewing Company's Garage Pub is hosting a party at 4 p.m. Saturday with live music and a barbecue to support the Yellowstone River Parks Association.
If you spend any time at all on the Yellowstone River, you are likely to be rewarded with stunning, sometimes unforgettable sights.
A tree grows through the engine compartment of a classic car on the south bank of the Yellowstone River.
A row of classic cars, held in place by a steel cable running through their interiors, lines a section of the north bank of the Yellowstone River, where they were put for erosion control.
A steering column from a car protrudes from the bank of the Yellowstone River along a channel that was dry in mid-August.
The stump of a cottonwood tree shows how the tree grew in and around a car place on the river bank as riprap.
Amid other vehicles used as riprap, a car lies upside down on a bank of the Yellowstone River.
Over time, the surging waters of the Yellowstone River will erode even steel, as these two cars with thoroughly worn engine blocks makes clear.
A rusted-out Pontiac Silver Streak from the late 1940s sits along the north bank of the Yellowstone River.
A Pontiac Silver Streak, placed on a bank of the Yellowstone River for erosion control, has also been used for target practice over the decades.
Classic cars are stacked along the south bank of the Yellowstone.
A grille detail from a 1957 Buick Special still retains its bright colors on a car in the Yellowstone River.
A row of classic cars cabled to the north bank of the Yellowstone River is discolored at the high water mark.
A 1957 Buick Special, its interior stuffed with driftwood, hangs precariously from a bank of the Yellowstone River.
Rusting hulks of classic cars a common sight on Yellowstone River: http://bit.ly/RrHFYy
Seventeen acres of Russian olive trees in Two Moon Park by the Yellowstone River are slated for removal starting next week.
FORSYTH — A big smile spread across Jo-Ellen Darcy’s face on Wednesday after she ceremoniously released a juvenile pallid sturgeon into the silty waters of the Yellowstone River.