Keep toxic waste out of the river at Smurfit-Stone, the former pulp mill site next to the Clark Fork River near Missoula. Thanks to all members and supporters who sent public comment in support of Superfund designation. Visit the EPA website for Smurfit-Stone. Read the 10/17/13 FWP Press Advisory.
Decreased snowpack, a warm spring, and hot days have put a toll on our local rivers this summer. Listen to CFC Project Manager Jed Whiteley describe the problems on NBC Montana, and learn how to support proactive solutions by reading 'Montana's Extreme Weather,' a CFC commentary on Montana Public Radio. You can make a difference - click here to donate today and help implement solutions for our rivers.
Collaborative partnerships and hard work have led to restoration successes across the Clark Fork. Learn more about the ecological and economic benefits of local restoration projects.
KTMF ABC 10/22/13: Clark Fork Coalition Holds First Fall River Cleanup
Missoulian 10/22/13: Missoula council OKs mayor to negotiate Mountain Water purchase