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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.

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Programs & Services

Programs & Services

Gallatin CD offers a variety of technical, financial assistance, and community programs for landowners across Gallatin County. We can help you create beneficial pollinator habitat, order seedlings for conservation plantings, test your private drinking wells and more!

Education & Outreach

Education & Outreach

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.

District Resources

District Resources

Check out our calendar, district news, Gallatin County water supply outlook reports, partner links, and more!

Our Mission Statement: “To promote and guide the conservation and management of natural resources in Gallatin County.”

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Recent Updates

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GCD’s January 2024 Board Meeting Minutes

1 January 2024 Minutes FINAL

GCD’s February 2024 Board Meeting Agenda

GCD’s Feburary 2024 board meeting will take place Thursday, February 15th at 9am.  120 S. 5th Street in Manhattan, Suite B102. Zoom is also available:  Zoom Link Meeting ID: 874 5599 0231 Passcode: 176496 Call in:  1 253 215 8782 2 February 2024 Agenda POSTED

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