Join Montana Aquatic Resources Services (MARS) and the Trout Unlimited Montana Water Project for a two-day symposium discussing the state of the Yellowstone River and future threats to its vitality. Open to all, this event will bring together community members, agricultural producers, business owners, guides and outfitters, and local experts to discuss the social, ecological and economic impacts tied to the Yellowstone River’s health. Through open dialogue, scientific presentations and educational panels, attendees will gain a better understanding of how we can act to protect the Yellowstone and preserve its waters and our way of life.
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Livingston Depot Center
200 W Park St
Livingston, MT 59047
Thursday Evening Social Event at Buckhorn- Ocean Media Institute Film Shape of a River:
Carving its way from Paradise to Badlands, the Yellowstone River is a shape-shifter. Both provider and partner, this river courses through the landscape as the very lifeblood of Montana, ever-shaping the land and lives of those along its path. Join us the evening of Thursday, April 27th at the Buckhorn in Livingston for the Montana premiere of the Ocean Media Institute short film, The Shape of a River, produced for Montana Aquatic Resources Services (MARS). Check out the trailer here.