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Stream Permits

Stream Permits

Any person, agency, contractor, or firm that is proposing a project that may alter or modify the beds or banks of a perennial stream, river, or spring, must first obtain a 310 permit.  If you are planning to work in or near a stream, you must get a 310 permit first. It’s Free. It’s the Law.

Resources

Resources

Check out our publications, reports, minutes, agendas, and posts here!

Education

Education

Gallatin CD offers an array of educational events and opportunities for youth, adults, and organizations.  We also have an education and outreach center dedicated to providing education to the public.

Recent Posts

June 20, 4pm- 310/Business Meeting Agenda

June 20 meeting agenda- Posted

The Montana Conservationist May 30

Hello, loyal readers! This week in TMC: Governor Bullock has formed a panel to assess forested state lands and make a plan for management. Our own Steve Hedstrom has been appointed to the council to represent conservation districts Forbes reports…

The Montana Conservationist, May 16

Welcome to the middle-of-May edition of The Montana Conservationist. We’ve got conservation news popping up faster than morel mushrooms after a fire. The stories this week: Springtime is the season when many districts host youth education events. The Choteau Acantha…

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