& Citizen science resources
"The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation is an international nonprofit organization that protects the natural world through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitats."
Check out their field guide for Macroinvertebrates of the Pacific Northwest!
An interactive atlas of common freshwater macroinvertebrates funded by the National Science Foundation.
Check out their training materials and practice quizzes!
"How's My Waterway was designed to provide the general public with information about the condition of their local waters based on data that states, federal, tribal, local agencies and others have provided to EPA. "
Learn about water quality, restoration and protection efforts for you local watershed and more!
"Stroud Water Research Center seeks to advance knowledge and stewardship of freshwater systems through global research, education, and watershed restoration."
Check out their WikiWatershed Toolkit!
"We envision a low-carbon, resilient community that has the networks, knowledge, and capacity to address the climate crisis equitably and sustain a vibrant Missoula that works for everyone."
Learn the basics of climate change and how it affects wildlife, ecosystems and more!
Susan Teitelman, Zoey Greenberg and Devin Filicicchia, graduate students at the University of Montana, have been working on a project aiming to connect the impacts of climate change to the Missoula river recreation community.
Check out their information webpage!
Three Rivers Collaborative
"A group of community members working together for the benefit of Missoula-area rivers and the people who value them." Contact them at email@example.com
Check out their Missoula River Guide and Map!
"A volunteer lead group for womxn anglers to learn all about fly fishing in partnership with the womxn’s initiative for WestSlope Chapter of Trout Unlimied."
Connect with them at Missoula Fly Gals on Facebook!