Watershed Restoration Citizen Science Project
Artemis and the Montana Wildlife Federation are really excited to get our boots on the ground and our waders in the water this summer by partnering with the Clark Fork Coalition on a citizen science project. Based out of Missoula, MT, the citizen science effort will produce a field inventory of beaver sign in key watersheds on the Lolo National Forest, including Miller Creek, Lolo Creek and Fish Creek. We will walk along the riverside, pay attention to our surroundings, and note any beaver sign (probably taking note of beautiful runs to come back and fish later). The information we collect will enable better understanding and consideration of beaver – their role in shaping habitats and influencing ecosystem resiliency – in the management of watersheds in the Clark Fork basin. The data will allow management agencies to consider current and potential beaver influence on their lands and land management.
THE WATERSHED NEEDS DATA. YOU CAN HELP.
Sign up to be a citizen scientist here!
Quality data requires quality training! Please check one.
I can attend BOTH of these training times: June 27th from 6-8pm and June 28th from 5:30-8pm
I can not attend training on June 27th and 28th, but I am still interested in volunteering this summer.
We are hosting an optional group work party on Saturday, June 29th, from 9am-4pm on Miller Creek.
I would love to join you for this work party!
I can't make this work party, but I would be interested in hearing about future work party dates.
I would prefer to volunteer on my own time and with my own group.
Do you have any questions for us about this project?
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