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Montanans for Healthy Rivers newsletter

April 2018 Vol.5 No.2
Free -Flowing & Clean
We’re closer than ever to celebrating a gift for all Montanans. The East Rosebud Wild & Scenic Rivers Act (H.R. 4645) moved out of the House Natural Resources committee this morning and now awaits a full vote on the House floor in Washington D.C. A companion bill (S. 501) already passed the Senate on December 20, 2017.

Flowing out of the granite peaks of the mighty Beartooth Range, East Rosebud Creek could become Montana’s first Wild & Scenic River in over 40 years. With that designation comes permanent protection from federally licensed dam projects and the opportunity for the public to enjoy one of Montana’s most aesthetic, free-flowing streams, in perpetuity.

A big thanks goes to Montana’s Representative Greg Gianforte for sponsoring this bill in the House. It is now up to our lone-congressman to deliver the gift of Wild & Scenic protection to all Montanans. We don’t want this great momentum to get lost in election season later this year. 

Please Call Rep. Gianforte at (202) 225-3211 today to thank him for championing the East Rosebud Wild & Scenic Rivers Act (H.R. 4645) and to urge him to get it across the finish line before this summer.
Advance Tickets at 
Check out the Wild Rivers Film Tour on Facebook!
April 21
Joe Brooks Chapter of Trout Unlimited hosts the Annual Yellowstone River Clean-up  from 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM.
Livingston Civic Center 
229 River Drive
Livingston, MT
More information at (406) 222-8155
May 26
Lochsa Madness
Wild & Scenic 50th Celebration
Fish Creek Access, Lochsa River, ID
Informational booths, food, beverages and fun activities for the whole family! Short films celebrating wild rivers will be shown at the end of the evening. 
June 16
Rafting for Refuse
Middle Fork Flathead River
West Glacier, MT
30th annual river cleanup, Wild & Scenic 50th celebration and speaker series at Glacier Guides and Montana Raft Co. More information here.

"My favorite places on earth are the wild waterways where the forest opens its arms and a silver curve of river folds the traveler into its embrace.” 
― Rory MacLean
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