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Last Minute--Events Today: Streams and Worms

 
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Living Near Streams: A Continuing Education Course
10:00 AM    Doubletree Hotel, with field trips
Description:
This workshop on the ecology of streams, wetlands, and floodplains, includes field trips to subdivisions with riparian areas. Topics include: avoiding flood risk, property damage, and water pollution; navigating regulations for riparian areas, water quality, and floodplains; stream-friendly landscaping and livestock maintenance; and resources for restoring and managing streamside property.
When and Where: Friday, September 24, 10am-3pm at the Doubletree Hotel, with field trips to streamside subdivisions in the afternoon
Credits: 4.0 approved by Board of Realty Regulation
Cost: $50.00 (includes field trips and lunch)
Sponsors: Clark Fork Coalition, Geum Environmental Consulting, WGM Group, Missoula County Water Quality District
Registration: Register online or call 406-542-0539, ext. 213.
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: Doubletree Hotel, with field trips
Address: 100 Madison St Missoula, MT 59802
Phone: 406-542-0539

Animal Art Collective: Worms 9/24/2010 3:30pm
Presented at the Families First Children's Museum
This monthly program is designed for kids who adore the animal kingdom. Join us for art projects big and small that focus on fascinating creatures from around the world.
Call 541-PLAY or visit www.FamiliesFirstMontana.org to register.
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: Families First Children's Museum
Address: 225 West Front Street
Phone: 406.541.7529
 
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