September 1, 2006
Community at the Confluence (PDF) will be held at the Picnic Shelter by the Milltown Dam on Sunday, September 17 from 12:30 - 4:30. Admission is free.
Share an afternoon of history as Salish Tribal members reflect on the “Place of the Big Bull Trout;” Fish, Wildlife and Parks presents the life of the bull trout; and NorthWestern Energy hosts tours of the Milltown Dam Powerhouse. Join in the creation of the Community at the Confluence mural. Enjoy the music of LP and the Federales and have lunch at the confluence sold by the Bonner School Close Up students and Friends of Two Rivers.
The historic cleanup of the Milltown Reservoir is beginning and you can learn more about it at the Info Fair featuring displays by EPA, the Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP), Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ); US Fish & Wildlife Service; the Clark Fork River Technical Assistance Committee (CFRTAC); Envirocon; Fish, Wildlife & Parks; the Milltown Superfund Site Redevelopment Working Group, plus the Montana Natural History Center, Historical Museum @ Fort Missoula, Missoula Art Museum, and the Museum of Art and Culture.
In case of bad weather, the event will move to Bonner School.
Sponsored by the Friends of Two Rivers, the Milltown Superfund Site Redevelopment Working Group, and Bonner School. For more information call Mary Erickson (258-6930 evenings) or Judy Matson (258-6335) or visit the Friends of Two Rivers website.