The public is invited to a meeting on Thursday, June 27 to discuss projects aimed at making Bridger Creek cleaner, safer, and to improve ecosystem health. Over the years, the creek and its banks have become home to abandoned old car bodies. In addition to the obvious eyesore, these rusting objects limit ecosystem health and pose safety concerns to those recreating in the area. More information about the meeting here:

When: Thursday, June 27 at 6 pm

Where: Picnic shelter in Creekwood Subdivision (Bozeman)*

Local families, the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Park Service, Greater Gallatin Watershed Council, and FWP are partnering on this project. The proposed clean-up projects will include the removal of some cars, site reclamation and other efforts to improve ecosystem health.

For more information about this meeting or project, call Molly Kappenman at 406-994-9907.

*In case of rain, this meeting will be held in the Piper Building at the Bozeman Fish Technology Center.