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Science on Tap Flathead

Why did the bobcat cross the road? Because it could safely!

Join us on June 4 at the Flathead Lake Brewing Co. Whisper Camel-Means, CSKT NRD Wildlife Biologist, will discuss ‘Protecting Spirit of Place: Reconstructing Highways, Maintaining Habitat Connectivity, and Respecting Tribal Culture’. Reserve your seat now. … Read More »

Montana State Legislature

Progress in the 2019 Legislature

Here is a summary of some of the important bills the Flathead Lakers supported or opposed: • HB 411 provides permanent funding for the state AIS … Read More »

Summer Solstice Party

Join us to celebrate and support a conservation project along the Flathead River that helps protect clean water! Friday, June 21, 6:30 pm on the north Shore of Flathead Lake.
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Did you know?

… that you can protect clean water and the Flathead watershed by planting a beautiful buffer garden or enhancing your existing riparian vegetation? Learn more clean water steward tips. … Read More »

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Learning about aquatic insects on May 7th at Science on Tap-Flathead

Joe Giersch, an aquatic entomologist for the Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center of the U.S. Geological Survey, will discuss his work in Glacier and surrounding area. … Read More »

Poker Paddle

Early bird registration is now open for our 5th annual Flathead Lakers Poker Paddle!

Choose a course distance, collect playing cards at designated stops around the northeastern part of Flathead Lake, and see if your poker hand wins! Join us … Read More »

Join us in May for the Flathead Lake Mussel Walk!

Participate in one of five different community mussel walks scheduled this May around the Flathead watershed, and if you can’t make it to one, DO YOUR OWN! Inspect your dock and your shoreline! Learn about invasive mussels and become part of the force protecting our clean waters. … Read More »

Executive director position opening

POSITION SUMMARY The Flathead Lakers are seeking a dynamic, self-motivated and proven leader to be our next Executive Director (ED). The ED drives strategy for the … Read More »

Science on Tap Flathead

Learning more about rivers and floodplains at the next Science on Tap! Join us on April 2.

Ryan Richardson and River Design Group are working on behalf of the Kootenai Tribe of Idaho to develop new restoration techniques that mimic naturally created floodplain features to help restore populations of Kootenai River White Sturgeon and Burbot to the Kootenai River. … Read More »

Celebrating over 60 years of impact, Flathead Lakers organization embarks on a search for new executive director.

Over many years the Lakers have expanded and strengthened their activities thanks to Robin’s leadership, committed staff, volunteer board, and over 1500 supporting members. … Read More »

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