Current and Past Newsletters

current and past newsletters

Flathead Lake Monitor Newsletter

The Flathead Lakers publishes the Flathead Lake Monitor twice each year. The Monitor provides information and updates on lake and water quality issues, stewardship opportunities, and actions the Lakers are taking to protect our lake and clean water. To receive the newsletter by mail, please join the Flathead Lakers.

Fall 2017 Newsletter

Proposed FBC Funding Cut Imperils Invasive Mussel Pilot Program
Water Bottling Plant Saga Continues
Invasive Mussels Focus of Annual Meeting
2017 Stewardship Award Honors CSKT AIS Team
Fall Buffer Garden Tour a Big Success
Why Are We Planting Trees Along Rivers?

Spring 2017 Newsletter

New Urgency for Thwarting Invasive Mussels
President’s Column: New President Steve Rosso
Middle Fork Flathead on 2017 Most Endangered Rivers List
Sharing our Sense of Place with Future Watershed Citizens
Spring Brings Riparian Buffer Planting
Learning Opportunities for Lake Stewards

Fall 2016 Newsletter

Please contact us if you are interested in previous newsletters.

Flathead Lake Connection electronic newsletter

The Flathead Lake Connection is a regular electronic newsletter focused on interesting stories from our members and from around Flathead Lake.   Its also a great way to stay in touch with what is going on in the Flathead Lakers community, as well as important updates and call-to-actions.  Sign-up to receive the Flathead Lake Connection here!

FLC-Our Members are Our Strength, August 29, 2017
FLC-Oil Trains, May 8, 2017
FLC-Special Alert, January 21, 2017
FLC-Invasive Mussels on Our Doorstep, December 16, 2016
FLC-Native Plants, November 17, 2016
FLC-Educating for Flathead’s Future, August 17, 2016
FLC-Flathead’s Changing Climate, July 1, 2016
FLC-Aquatic Invaders, May 25, 2016
FLC-Spring Showers, April 27, 2016
FLC-Our Critical Lands, March 16, 2016
Flathead Lake Connection, January 29, 2016

River to Lake Newsletter

The Flathead Lakers produce River to Lake News to inform River to Lake Initiative partners and friends, landowners, and others about critical lands conservation, restoration and education projects, workshops and conferences, grant opportunities and more. The newsletter is published quarterly and is distributed via email and websites. Please contact us to receive a copy via email. See Saving Critical Lands for more information about the initiative.

In the December 2016 River to Lake Newsletter issue:

  • 2016 land conservation accomplishments summary
  • Flathead Land Trust raising funds to protect key Sandhill Crane habitat and farmland
  • 2016 riparian restoration accomplishments
  • Fish, Wildlife and Parks headwaters conservation
  • Flathead River Commission seeks funding to improve Flathead River flood maps
  • Flathead Land Trust Annual Barn Bash raises funds for conservation
  • Ashley Creek Restoration Tour showcased successful project
  • Flathead Conservation District hires Assistant Conservationist
  • 2016 Big Sky Watershed Corps members say goodbye

August 2016 River to Lake News

February 2016 River to Lake News

Past issues of River to Lake News can be viewed at the River to Lake website.