Friends of 2 Rivers
A citizens' organization committed to promoting a safe, healthy and enriching environment for the communities at the confluence of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers.
Montana State Parks celebrates National Trails Day at Milltown State Park on Saturday, June 7, from noon-3pm.
Meet park staff at noon at the Milltown State Park Overlook off Deer Creek Road to hear an interpretive talk, “Past, Present, and Future Pathways through Milltown State Park.” After sharing trail plans for the park, enjoy a ranger-led hike from the Overlook to the Clark Fork Floodplain. Bring a picnic lunch, sturdy shoes, and weather-appropriate hiking necessities for our trek through moderate terrain. The hike will be from 1-3pm.
The April edition of The Confluence is now online. Upcoming events include the Superfun(d) Run, Bear Aware program, Mullan Road Conference 2014, the MRFD mill levy request, and the Hellgate Lions garage sale.The newsletter features articles about climate change, a Milltown State Park update, and the Blackfoot Challenge. Read The Confluence.
Don't like thinking about Climate Change? Maybe you should reconsider:
Our atmosphere is a tiny shell around our planet. The primary atmosphere is only about as thick as from Bonner to Missoula.
Gary Matson submitted the following letter to the editor at the Missoulian questioning AG Tim Fox's desire to limit environmental review of the proposed Longview coal export terminal. Building the terminal would increase coal train traffic through Bonner Milltown and Missoula creating major inconvenience for local citizens and ignoring the negative effects of burning coal on climate change.