Musselshell Watershed Coalition

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Aerial Drone Footage of Flooding on the Musselshell near Roundup here.

About

The Musselshell Watershed Coalition is a partnership of individuals, organizations, and agencies working towards whole basin management through collaboration on the Musselshell River. 

Projects

With over 300-miles of river you can bet that the members of our watershed coalition stay busy.  Check out all the different activities our partners are up to.

See our own Bill Milton and Sara Meloy, from the DNRC, on Face the State 

Newsletters

Every two months, the coalition puts out a newsletter to inform our partners and stakeholders about our activities and issues that concern their water.  If you are interested, be sure to get ahold of us and get on our email list.  We will also be posting them on our blog. 

Get Involved

As a volunteer-based operation, we rely on our partners lending a hand.  If you are interested in helping out with any of our projects get ahold of us via the "Contact" page or email Laura Nowlin, Coordinator, at musselshellwc@gmail.com .

MWC Stewardship Award!

The MWC was the 2015 Watershed Stewardship Group Award Recipient!

 

Read more here

The Musselshell River Watershed

The Musselshell River Watershed contains approximately 9,500 square miles.  The entire area is home to approximately 9,325 people.  The main stem of the Musselshell River flows from the confluence of the North and South Forks near Martinsdale for nearly 340 miles to Fort Peck Reservoir and provides irrigation water for nearly 85,000 acres and 250 farms and ranches.

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