The most recent edition of our newsletter has just been published. Read up for updates on recent & upcoming events, completed & current projects, new developments within BHWC, and more. Thanks again to Greenfield Printers for another wonderful print job!
At BHWC’s November 2018 monthly meeting, BHWC Restoration Programs Manager presented information regarding BHWC’s restoration projects. His presentation included the first showing of the newly released French Gulch Restoration film.
We are very proud to release this short documentary on our work to restore the French Gulch and Moose Creek tributaries of the Big Hole River. After 150 years of intensive gold mining, French Gulch now flows freely in its last 3 miles, thanks to a major restoration project undertaken by the Big Hole Watershed Committee in partnership with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
See the film and find out more here: http://www.bhwc.org/projects/french-gulch-restoration.
Dear Friends of the Big Hole,
I would like to share my change in plans with you, as I have decided to step down as Executive Director of the Big Hole Watershed Committee.
This decision initiates a planned change in leadership for the organization. I will stay in a continued limited capacity as a replacement is sought, which will likely take several months. I am committed to supporting the organization as new leadership is selected for a smooth transition. (more…)
At BHWC’s October 2018 monthly meeting, Ryan Davy, Silviculture Forester with the United States Forest Service – Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest, presented an update on recent, current, and upcoming forestry products in the Big Hole watershed. His presentation included information on timber harvest & planting, the 2018 fire season, and insects & disease. View a full PDF version of the meeting minutes here. (more…)