skip to Main Content

310 Permits

If you’re planning work in or near a streambed, you need a 310 permit.

Meetings

We meet regularly on the third Thursday of the month.

Contact Us

Wanna talk? Our office is open from 8-4 Monday-Friday.

Recent News & Updates
The Montana Conservationist, May 24

The Montana Conservationist, May 24

Greetings, readers! We have a great issue of the Montana Conservationist this week: A big welcome to our new Operations Manager, Melissa Downing Butte is celebrating the opening of Montana Craft Malt, which will malt exclusively Montana-grown barley and sell to Montana's blossoming craft brewing economy The US Fish & Wildlife Service…

read more
The Montana Conservationist, May 10

The Montana Conservationist, May 10

Welcome to 2017's Issue No. 10 of the Montana Conservationist! This week: As spring runoff starts, NRCS says Montana's mountain snowpack is in good condition in all basins. Indeed, in the Bighorn the condition may even be too good.  NACD has a blog post about the importance of the EPA's Section…

read more
5/5 – 5/7 Flushing Flow Below Clark Canyon Dam

5/5 – 5/7 Flushing Flow Below Clark Canyon Dam

The Bureau of Reclamation, East Bench Joint Irrigation Board, and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks are coordinating to deliver a flushing flow below Clark Canyon Dam to improve environmental health of the Beaverhead River between May 5 and May 7, 2017.  Discharges of up to 600 CFS will occur during…

read more
The Montana Conservationist April 27

The Montana Conservationist April 27

Greetings, readers! I hope all is well with you, and that the sun is shining on your spring plantings. We have a great issue of TMC for you this week: First up, Sonny Perdue was finally confirmed and sworn in this week as the 31st Secretary of Agriculture. USDA is…

read more
Back To Top