T.U. Reviving Montana's Eustache Creek

Showing that big projects often start as an amalgamation of tiny ones, Trout Unlimited is helping restore a tiny creek in a watershed important to bull and westslope cutthroat trout. “Seventy years after miners upended part of tiny Eustache Creek in search of gold, Forest Service employees and volunteers are overseeing a project to restore 1.3 miles of the creek. An excavator is building a new channel and crews are installing plastic sheeting to force the creek back to the surface in some spots.” From the Associated Press.

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