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Montanans for Healthy Rivers newsletter

September 2018 Vol.5 No.4
Photo © Kit Fisher
Free -Flowing & Clean

While we celebrate our rivers every day, this October is an especially important milestone for protected rivers in the US. October 2, 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act. And if that wasn't exciting enough, just last month, on August 2nd, the President signed East Rosebud Creek Wild & Scenic Rivers Act into law, making East Rosebud Creek the first Wild & Scenic river in the state of Montana since 1976.

So we are having a party!

Join us on October 3rd at MAP Brewing in Bozeman, from 5-8pm to celebrate this incredible moment in Montana's conservation history! Good beer, great friends and stellar door prizes from Costa, Yeti and Patagonia - what more could you want? Click here for more event information and tell your friends.

Wild and Scenic designation status is a really big deal. In fact, it's the strongest form of protection a river can receive. If you are interested in learning more about our efforts to protect more rivers in Montana under the same designation, check out our proposal page and submit your endorsement if you haven't already.
Wild & Scenic River Voices
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, we are capturing stories of Montanans who love their rivers and want to see more protected. Do you have a river story of your own to share? Visit and tell us! If you’re a Montanan (or even if you aren’t a Montanan) that is interested in being featured on an episode of Wild & Scenic River Voices, email Kascie to set up an interview.
September 19, 5:45-8pm
Three Forks Flathead CRMP Meeting
Hungry Horse, MT

The next meeting for the Comprehensive River Management Planning process for the Wild & Scenic Three Forks of the Flathead will focus on Geologic and Botanical values. Find more information about the process here.
October 3, 5-8pm
Wild & Scenic 50th Party
Bozeman, MT

Join us at MAP Brewing in Bozeman, as we celebrate 50 years of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, and Montana's newest Wild & Scenic river - East Rosebud Creek! Find more information here.
October 10 - 12
Watershed Symposium
Whitefish, MT

The Montana Watershed Coordinating Council will host their bi-annual watershed council. This year's topic will focus on advancing conservation through effective communication. MWCC is currently accepting abstracts to present at the symposium. Register here.
October 22 - 25
River Management Symposium
Vancouver, WA

Program themes honor the 50th Anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. They reflect river values that are the goals of protection, regardless of designation or managing entity. Register here.
Send a Text to Protect Rivers
It’s a smart phone world these days, and if you’re like us, you do a lot of work on your phone and need a quick and easy way to voice your support for river protection. Decisions that impact our rivers can happen fast, and often we can’t get to our computers to send an email to our legislators. Luckily, we’ve created a way for you to respond to these issues through text messaging. After opting in, we will ask for your basic information (name, address, email) and when important issues arise and your voice is needed for rivers, we will send you a text to take action. Text “WILDRIVERS" to 555888 to get started today! 

"Every individual and every family should get to know at least one river.” 
― President Lyndon Johnson on signing the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, October 2, 1968.
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