2020 Big Sky Watershed Corps Member Blogs
Check out the great work 2020 Big Sky Watershed Corps (BSWC) members got done for watershed health across Montana. Emma Kelsick writes about building rain barrels with the Sun River Watershed Group, Grace Pierstorff of the Bitter Root Water Forum shares her experience teaching seventh-graders what a watershed is, and Reyna Abreu-Vigil takes us wading through streams to protect native fish habitat with Montana Trout Unlimited and the Lolo National Forest. Abigail Toretsky plants the seed(ling)s for conservation success with the Lolo Watershed Group and Lolo National Forest, Brooke Helstrom of the Gallatin Watershed Council finds and builds community with Gallatin Watershed Stewards, and Liz Shull shares her two-year BSWC journey, including her time as the member Team Leader for Montana Conservation Corps.
BSWC is an AmeriCorps program that places young professionals in Montana’s watershed communities to make a measurable difference in local conservation initiatives. To learn more about the program, visit MWCC’s BSWC web page. If you have any questions about the BSWC program, contact Terri Nichols at firstname.lastname@example.org