Headwaters To A Continent: Montana's Working Watershed Groups

First Aired Saturday, February 17, 2007

This film showcases Montana as a headwaters state to the nation's major drainage basins. It highlights the successes of three local groups in Montana's Big Hole, Blackfoot, and Rosebud watersheds. Set in Montana's rustic beauty and charm; watch how local grassroots watershed groups are responsibly caring for the nation's headwaters and each other. Produced by Alison Koch for the Montana Water Center, MSU in Bozeman. 

Funding for this film was provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and several of Montana’s state natural resources agencies. For more information call the Water Center at 406.994.6690.