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By Ryen Neudecker
Program manager - Big Blackfoot Trout Unlimited 

Finding common ground

 

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A barn along Nevada Creek.

The Big Blackfoot Chapter of Trout Unlimited, in collaboration with many different private landowners, agencies and other non-profits, has been working over the past 30 years restoring habitat for trout populations across the Blackfoot and Clearwater watersheds.

Trout that live in Montana's rivers and streams rely on cold, clean water with plenty of open miles to swim long distances and ample hiding spaces in deep pools full of wood, root systems and overhanging trees. We are proud to work on projects across the watershed that meet multiple objectives and support a diversity of values.

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