By Andi Bourne

Reviving Tupper's Lake so It Can Thrive


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Looking west across Tupper's Lake.

SEELEY LAKE - The Nature Conservancy (TNC), with the help of partners and local contractors, are working on the Clearwater-Blackfoot Project, 117,152 acres of land acquired in the Blackfoot Valley from Plum Creek in October, 2014.

This past week they were working with West Slope Excavation at Tupper's Lake, two and a half miles from Seeley Lake and two miles north of Placid Lake, in preparation for their annual Revive and Thrive Event July 24.

Ever since the purchase of the Clearwater-Blackfoot Project, TNC staff and nine local contractors have implemented restoration projects including:...

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