Sunday, October 26th, 12-4 p.m. @ Ten Spoon Winery. Read more about it and we hope to see you there!
Date: Saturday, April 19, 4:15pm
Location: Carmike 12 – 3640 Mullan Road (Reserve St.)
Sponsored by the Rattlesnake Creek Watershed Group, Friends of 2 Rivers, Grant Creek, Defenders of Wildlife, Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks, the Ninemile Wildlife Workgroup, and the Center for Wildlife Information.
$5.75, buy your tickets at the door or online through fandango.com. First 50 “Bears” ticketholders will get a special bear-related door prize (one per family). Pick up at the table in the lobby.
Bear experts will introduce the movie and answer questions afterwards. Bear safety information will be available.
Rattlesnake Creek Community Stewardship Program
Spring 2012 Workshop Series
All workshops are free, family friendly, and offer refreshments.
WORKSHOP 3) “INVADERS IN OUR BACKYARD—A Case for Ongoing Stewardship”
TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2012; 6:00pm–8:00pm
Greenough Park Pavilion, 1629 Monroe St, Missoula
Participants will be able to go from “station” to “station” in and around the Greenough Park Pavilion and interact with local experts as they discuss stewardship issues in the Rattlesnake watershed. Fun, interesting, enlightening–and games for kids!
Participants will consider people’s role in the watershed; non-native trout populations and competition for resources; invasive aquatic and terrestrial plants; wildlife (especially bear) habitats; riparian restoration, and more. We will learn the threats posed by invasives and the things we can do to protect our wonderful watershed.
COME JOIN US!
—KITTY GALLOWAY of Watershed Education Network will focus on people’s
role in the watershed
—CHRISTINE MORRIS of the Montana Natural History Center will focus on bark beetles
—JAMIE JONKEL of Montana FWP and ERIN EDGE of Defenders of Wildlife
will focus on wildlife (especially bears), habitats, and people
—ROB CLARK of Montana FWP will focus on non-native wild trout, resource competition, and future population projections
—LINDSEY BONA and STEFFANY ROGGE–KINDSETH of Missoula County Weed District will focus on identifying and monitoring invasive aquatic and terrestrial plant species
—JOHN PIERCE will focus on native plant identification and some history of the watershed
—MARK VANDER MEER and CHRISTINE BRISSETTE of Watershed Consulting will focus how invasive plants degrade the riparian ecosystem, where native vegetation is missing, and how it can be restored along Rattlesnake Creek