VIDEO: The heritage of—and current efforts to restore—some damaged, life-giving wetlands in southwestern Montana

This video from the Big Hole Watershed Committee documents the heritage, previous damage to, and current efforts to restore life-giving wetlands in southwestern Montana.

Taking cues from flood irrigation and beavers, natural water storage projects help us adapt to climate change by slowing spring runoff and soaking the soil sponge.

The film highlights our pro-active work to increase the availability of water for all uses by making the most of abundant winter snowpack.

Photo of Big Hole River courtesy of Big Hole Watershed Committee.

Watch 12-minute video.

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