Working with our partners and committed volunteers, each year we spend time watering, weeding and maintaining planted shrubs and trees. 

BBCTU has instituted an ongoing fish/screen irrigation diversion maintenance program to ensure the gains achieved by our work continue to produce desired results while reducing landowner maintenance obligations.

BBCTU helps support Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks extensive fish and habitat inventory work.  Each year FWP biologists conduct ongoing fish population, water temperature and instream habitat studies in project tributaries, helping us to develop project objectives and follow up with post-project monitoring trends.

As part of its outreach program, BBCTU leads and coordinates dozens of tours in the Blackfoot watershed every year for a wide variety of citizen and student groups.

Cages to protect native shrubs planted along a restored tributary

Electroshocking along Kleinschmidt Creek, a tributary to the North Fork Blackfoot River

BBCTU's Ryen Neudecker with FWP's Mack Long collecting data along Cabin Creek

One of many guided tours of Blackfoot restoration work
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