The Montana Watershed Coordination Council and the Montana Forest Collaborative Network are co-hosting the 2020 Watershed Symposium titled “Summit to Stream: Connecting People, Water, and Forests.”
Due to health and safety concerns from the COVID-19 outbreak, the Montana Watershed Coordination Council (MWCC) and the Montana Forest Collaboration Network (MFCN) have decided to restructure their combined conference scheduled for this coming fall, and they are no longer gathering in Butte, MT October 14th-16th. Instead, they will be working to develop new and innovative strategies to engage and serve their conservation partners across the state. In the coming months, they will be planning a suite of opportunities that will allow partners in their networks to connect and learn remotely. They are exploring opportunities to provide digital trainings, webinars, keynote addresses, and possibly small, regionally based gatherings or field trips throughout the state. They understand how important it is that their conservation community continues to collaborate and stay connected, and will do their best to facilitate this in creative and meaningful ways over the coming months. The health and safety of their networks and communities is their highest priority, and they look forward to connecting with you this fall. They will have more information on dates and content soon. In the meantime, please reach out with any questions, suggestions, or needs they can serve.