Summer / 2020

    Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, Missoula-based Clark Fork Coaltion sought to create educational videos highlighting some of the projects they’ve done to restore a damaged river. From streambank restoration to the installation of fishscreens that provide irrigators their full water right while simultaneously allowing fish passage for native species like westslope cutthroat trout, their work seeks to unite a variety of stakeholders to arrive at creative conservation solutions while honoring Montana’s farming and ranching traditions. In the process, they create strong community ties that connect people and waterways alike.