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The Upper Clark Fork River Basin restoration fund

instructions and forms for grant applications for pilot year 2000 grant cycle

by Montana. Natural Resource Damage Program

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Published by The Program in Helena, Mont .
Written in English


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Statementprepared by State of Montana Natural Resource Damage Program
The Physical Object
Pagination36 leaves ;
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24634445M
OCLC/WorldCa45833553

  The Blackfoot River is one of the most scenic, physically diverse and biologically complex rivers in western Montana. As a headwater basin (6, km2) to the upper Columbian River, the Blackfoot River drains the western edge of the Continental Divide through 3, km of perennial streams and joins the Clark Fork River near Missoula (Figure 1). and Podner - Blackfoot River. Coordination in the Clark Fork Basin. MWCC was asked in October to assist the Clark Fork Task Force in re visioning the role and purpose of a basin-wide coordinating entity. With help from the Bonneville Environmental Foundation MWCC will bring interested stakeholders within the Clark Fork Basin together for a series of facilitated

Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River. Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River The Milltown Reservoir Sediments Superfund site is in Milltown, Montana. From the s until the late 20th century, the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers region in western Montana was one of the richest mining regions in the :// The Clark Fork River drains approximat square miles in western Montana and northern Idaho, square miles of which comprise the Lower Clark Fork subbasin in northern Idaho. The river drains into acre Lake Pend Oreille, and as the lake’s largest tributary, the Clark Fork River contributes approximately 92% of the annual /tmdls/table-of-sbas-tmdls/clark-fork-river-lower-subbasin.

Funding from two settlements will help EPA fund the majority of cleanup actions in the “Box” and the “Basin.” Click on image to enlarge. Background. The project area follows the Coeur d’Alene (CDA) River system (South Fork and its tributaries, the main stem CDA River, and lateral lakes) and into the Spokane :// The presentation will draw a parallel between observations related to what’s been happening in the Upper Clark Fork basin and the four basic laws of ecology, as formulated by Dr. Barry Commoner and articulated in his early ’s environmental book, The Closing ://


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The Upper Clark Fork River Basin restoration fund by Montana. Natural Resource Damage Program Download PDF EPUB FB2

Upper Clark Fork River Basin. In DecemberGovernor Schweitzer approved a Final Upper Clark Fork River Basin Long Range Priorities and Fund Allocation Guidance Plan that allocated about $ million in natural resource damage settlement funds for the restoration of groundwater, aquatic, and terrestrial resources in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB).

economic restoration of the Upper Clark Fork River basin. "is watershed spans river-miles between Bu!e and Missoula. At the lower reaches, Milltown Dam has just been removed, restoring the free-#owing con#uence of the Blackfoot and Clark Fork Rivers, and opening over 3, square miles of habitat for migratory trout.

At the upper   Upper Clark Fork River Basin Restoration Fund Quarterly Project and Fiscal Status Report Second Quarter Fiscal Year January Status of Aquatic and Terrestrial Restoration and Recreation Projects Group 1 Aquatic Flow Projects (Section ) The Restoration Plans identified nine potential flow augmentation projects as the highest   The Upper Clark Fork River Basin Restoration Fund to be allocated among the three resource categories is the settlement corpus of $ million plus interest that has accrued to the corpus since April 6, (Attachment A).

The Watershed Restoration Coalition of the Upper Clark Fork River (WRC) works in Granite, Silver Bow, Powell, and Deer Lodge counties. The Upper Clark Fork Tributaries Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) and Framework Watershed Water Quality Improvement Plan, completed in (DEQ, ) sets TMDL targets   Atlantic Richfield Co.

has agreed to pay $ million to restore the upper Clark Fork River Basin, marking a milestone in the effort to clean up the nation's largest Superfund Upper Clark Fork River Basin Restoration Fund Grant, Natural Resource Damage Program (Ted Duaime ) Screening for Organic Wastewater Compounds (OWC) Groundwater, Streams, and Wastewaters (Gary Icopini ) GLWQD/MBMG.

OWCs in surface and ground waters of Gallatin County. Water Center Grant *Water-Quality Trends and Constituent-Transport Analysis for Selected Sampling Sites in the Milltown Reservoir/Clark Fork River Superfund Site in the Upper Clark Fork Basin, Montana, Water Yearsby Steven Sando and Aldo Vecchia.

Scientific Investigations Report This discovery sparked decades of litigation and, ultimately, the nation’s largest watershed restoration project — the $1 billion-plus Upper Clark Fork River Superfund Complex, which is still   The Upper Clark Fork River Basin Advisory Council, an eight-member board representing communities all along the Clark Fork River watershed, took two votes at Tuesday’s meeting at the Butte   Upper Clark Fork River Basin Aquatic and Terrestrial Resources Restoration Plans (NRDP ).

The addition is approximately acres of diverse habitats including aspen stands and riparian areas that are some of the most biologically rich and imminently threatened habitats in Montana (Figures 2, 3). Warm ?coversheet&topicId. Upper Clark Creek Watershed Catawba River Basin Catawba County, N.C.

July North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Division of Water Quality Planning Branch Prepared for the Clean Water Management Trust Fund Quality/Surface Water Protection/PDU/WAT/WARPArchive.

This project partially implements Section and of the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB) Aquatic & Terrestrial Resources Restoration Plans () (Restoration Plans) and the Revised Restoration Plan for the Clark Fork River Aquatic and Riparian Resources (NRDP )   River and Klamath River populations of bull trout as threatened species on J (63 FR ).

The Clark Fork River Recovery Unit (often referred to in this chapter as the Clark Fork Recovery Unit) forms part of the range of the Columbia River population segment. The Clark Fork Recovery Unit is the largest /   The Clark Fork Coalition alongside several agencies have been working on various projects over the past decade to restore river habitats in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin.

BEN ALLAN SMITH   approved in late by the Governor, entitled Upper Clark Fork River Basin Long Range Priorities and Fund Alloca-tion Guidance Plan, which is available from the NRDP website.

Subarea 4 Reach R Remediation in Progress Streambank Restoration Plantings Bow Creek. The Clark Fork Coalition is a membership-based organization whose mission is to protect and restore the Clark Fork watershed, a million-acre area that encompasses the Anaconda Co.

Smelter site. The removal of mining contamination from the Upper Clark Fork River Basin has been a top priority of the Coalition since its founding in This money was deposited in a special revenue fund known as the Upper Clark Fork River Basin Restoration Fund.

$86 million (including $6 million in interest) for the state’s cleanup of the Silver Bow Creek area west and north of Butte in accordance with EPA’s Record of ://    Updates to the Final Upper Clark Fork River Basin Aquatic and Terrestrial Resources Restoration Plans ( Update s) for a day public comment period.

The NRDP sent notices of this public comment opportunity to individual/entities on its mailing lists, issued a press release,   The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in coordination with the State of Montana is seeking public comment on the State of Montana’s draft Wetlands/Riparian Areas Plan, which is designed to help address wetland and riparian area loss related to mining and smelting-related contamination in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB), ://.

With the blessing of the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission, two conservation easements in the upper Clark Fork River Basin will soon be a reality. On Wednesday, commissioners gave final approval to FWP’s role in a conservation easement north of Philipsburg and an   The Upper Clark Fork Basin has a phase cleanup effort going on to remove mine tailings that got deposited along the river after a flood (which also dumped millions of tons of toxic   Restoration Plan, the State of Idaho’s Bull Trout Conservation Plan, the State of Washington’s Bull trout remain widely distributed throughout the Clark Fork River Basin in most of the major drainages where they historically occurred.

However, many populations have become fragmented and some formerly the upper Clark Fork River, Rock Sheets/