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Clark Fork River Tech Summer 2009 Newsletter

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News, views and photos of the cleanup and restoration of Milltown/Clark Fork River Superfund site.
Uploaded by cfrtac on 06/18/2009
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

Low Flows, Hot Trout

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A plain-language synthesis of how climate change is affecting the Clark Fork basin and its tributaries.
Uploaded by clarkforkcoalition on 07/05/2010
Digital publication details: 21 pages.

Stream Care Guide

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A guide for property owners in the Clark Fork watershed.
Uploaded by clarkforkcoalition on 10/27/2010
Digital publication details: 24 pages.

Sierra Magazine: The 320 Float

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Wherever he is, Montana governor Brian Schweitzer is in the company of Daniel Kiely and John Havlik, thirtysomething Missoula fishing buddies out to float all 320 miles of the Clark Fork, from its source in west-central Montana to its mouth at Idaho's Lake Pend Oreille.
Uploaded by clarkforkcoalition on 07/06/2010
Digital publication details: 7 pages.

Fly Fisherman Magazine: Milestones at Milltown

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After a few ceremonial words, a backhoe slowly carved away the last dirt barrier dividing the Clark Fork River. Nearly five minutes after the digging commenced, on March 28, 2008, the Clark Fork flowed unobstructed for the first time in more than 100 years.
Uploaded by clarkforkcoalition on 07/06/2010
Digital publication details: 6 pages.

Outside Magazine: Current Affairs

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Montana's strategy for jump-starting the local economy? Tap the Superfund. These days, Montana's fastest-growing industry is restoration, and ground zero for the boom is the Clark Fork. The cleanup of the 120-mile upper river will create some 3,500 jobs over the next decade.
Uploaded by clarkforkcoalition on 07/06/2010
Digital publication details: 7 pages.

Answers to Superfund

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All You Want to Know About the Clark Fork Environmental Cleanup.
Uploaded by mtstandard on 05/21/2011
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

Landowner's Guide

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A guide to fixing streams on working lands in the upper Clark Fork watershed.
Uploaded by clarkforkcoalition on 06/06/2010
Digital publication details: 28 pages.

Images Vancouver-Clark County, WA: 2008

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Located on the north bank of the Columbia River directly across from Portland, Ore., Vancouver offers convenience to urban amenities while also serving as a gateway to the lush yet rugged landscapes and recreational opportunities of southern Washington. First settled as a fur trading post by the Hudson’s Bay Company, the area is known today for its steady growth with balanced development, with the diverse communities that compose Clark County providing a harmonious mix of tranquil neighborhoods and bustling downtowns. The city and county combined have a population of approximately half a million people.
Uploaded by jnlcom on 03/16/2008
Digital publication details: 36 pages.

Clark Fork Valley Hospital_2011 Annual Report

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Updates and progress at CFVH for 2011
Uploaded by cfvh on 06/18/2012
Digital publication details: 12 pages.
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