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From our THI headquarters south of Livingston, Mont. thick, black smoke has been seen billowing from the Pine Creek Fire. The 12,000-acre blaze will be recorded during a fire season that’s already five times Montana’s normal level for acres burned. As crews work to douse the blaze, at least seven Paradise Valley drainages are under […]

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The new adventure documentary, “Where the Yellowstone Goes” follows a small crew on a soul-searching and inspirational journey along the longest free-flowing river in the contiguous United States: the Yellowstone River. They’ll rally together the supplies they need, including a hand built drift boat and set course on a voyage of grand proportions and life […]

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The 16-kilometer (10-mile) stretch of the Missouri River where it passes Great Falls,Montana, was once so swift, roiling, and precipitous that, in 1805, the Lewis and Clark expedition spent 11 days hauling equipment and boats on an overland portage to continue their transcontinental journey. Earlier this year, the same fast-flowing reach again came to national […]

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 Filmmakers in attendance along with musical guest Open Range BOZEMAN, Montana (May 3, 2012) – A feature documentary film from award-winning filmmaker Hunter Weeks will host its world premier in Bozeman later this month. The adventure feature, “Where the Yellowstone Goes,” filmed on the Yellowstone River this summer, will debut at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, […]

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Engineering Cannot Save Our Rivers

We note the draft language in Montana DNRC’s 2012 Model Floodplain Ordinance requiring that “a licensed professional engineer” (P.E.) design all stream restoration and bank stabilization projects undertaken in Montana.  While engineering is an important professional discipline, the proposed rule as written would greatly diminish the vital roles played by hydrologists, fluvial geomorphologists, sedimentologists, ecologists, […]

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The World Premiere of Where the Yellowstone Goes is happening May 19, 2012 at The Ellen Theatre in Bozeman, Montana.  Show starts at 7:30 PM.  Seating is limited and this event will sell out fast, so get yours now!  Go to www.theellentheatre.com or by phone at 406-585-5885. Where the Yellowstone Goes will be coming to […]

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Film sponsor, Trout Headwaters, Inc., hosted a celebration of the longest un-dammed river in the contiguous United States at the Yellowstone Valley Lodge on Aug. 26, 2011.  Dinner was served by Chef Josh Pastrama   Livingston, Mont. – A launch party was held on Friday, Aug. 26 at Yellowstone Valley Lodge south of Livingston to […]

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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_ujfDRJ02g] The Yellowstone River remains one of our last natural waterways linking the America of today with an area only few have encountered. No other river in the world is more visited than the Yellowstone at Artist point, within the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park, yet 500 miles downstream in North Dakota, it is […]

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A recent poisoning disaster on Cherry Creek near Bozeman apparently hasn’t slowed Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks’ commitment to poison additional pristine waterways in the name of “native fish restoration.” The agency announced that this summer it will target seven mountain lakes and 18.5 miles of stream on the upper Boulder River in an attempt […]

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Apply to Participate in BioBlitz on the American Prairie Reserve June 23-25 in Malta, Montana. The American Prairie Foundation is accepting applications from scientific experts and citizen scientists to participate in a BioBlitz on the American Prairie Reserve, 50 miles south of Malta, June 23-25. A BioBlitz is a 24-hour event in which teams of […]

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