The Upper Clark River is in the middle of a transformation as part of the largest Superfund complex in the country. When work finishes at Grant-Kohrs Ranch near Deer Lodge in spring 2021, the State of Montana will have completed nearly 10 miles of mainstem river cleanup, a significant accomplishment. With at least 15 years of remediation and restoration work remaining on the upper Clark Fork, over 30 miles of contaminated river and floodplain continue to impact aquatic ecosystems downstream.
Please join representatives from state agencies responsible for the cleanup work on April 14th at 6pm MDT to learn more about this Superfund transformation on the Upper Clark Fork River. The discussion will cover Superfund process basics as well as what has been done and where things are heading in this section of the river. This virtual event will feature speakers from the University of Montana, Montana DEQ, NRDP and FWP, as well as a moderated Q&A with questions taken live from the audience.