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By Andi Bourne

Tupper's Lake Revived


The road that used to go around the south end of Tupper's Lake was turned into a foot path during the Revive and Thrive work party Sunday, July 24. This will reduce the amount of sediment loading and erosion that was going into the lake. There are parking areas at either end of the trail.

SEELEY LAKE – More than 50 volunteers gathered at Tupper's Lake Sunday, July 24 for the second annual Revive and Thrive event hosted by The Nature Conservancy (TNC). Following their work putting in a trail around the lake, installing a beaver deceiver and helping with general clean up, they were treated to a catered lunch and celebration with the rest of the community.

The Tupper's Lake restoration project was a small part of the restoration work being done as a part of the Clearwater-Blackfoot Project, 117,152 acres of land acquired in the Blackfoot Valley from Plum Creek in October, 20...

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