This film gives us a short glimpse into the lives of three Montanans, all enriched by the clean and free-flowing nature of their local rivers. With a focus on the power of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and how it has benefited just a few Montana rivers, this film serves as a call to action, showing us what is at stake if we don’t protect more of our cherished rivers.
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The Flathead River’s Wild and Scenic headwaters help protect its outstanding water quality. Whether you are fishing, paddling, snorkeling, or teaching your kids how to swim, you are sure to appreciate Montana’s crystal clear and clean rivers. After all, we all live, work, and play downstream. From American Whitewater on Vimeo.
As the Wilderness Act turns 50 years old, tag along with us as we celebrate wild rivers on the beautiful South Fork of Birch Creek, located in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness. From American Whitewater on Vimeo.
Join Nathan Johnson and Kevin Colburn on a trip down the Upper Dearborn River, one of the incredible streams that would be protected under the Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act. From American Whitewater on Vimeo.
Exploring Monture Creek in search of Wild and Scenic streams in Montana. Montana has only four rivers protected by the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, and Monture Creek is not one of them. We loaded up our pack rafts in search of outstanding scenery, geology, fish habitat, and of course recreation. Join us as we traverse walled-in maroon canyons, make some grueling portages, and duck logs on one of Montana’s many special streams. From American Whitewater on Vimeo.
Follow our early season descent of the incredible Middle Fork of Birch Creek as it cuts slot canyons through limestone reefs and pours over drops and rapids. All the while the terrain sparks of Alaska, complete with harlequin ducks, but of course is classic Rocky Mountain Front. It is a Montana treasure. from American Whitewater on Vimeo.
Follow Ian McIntosh as he kayaks down the Stillwater River and discusses the recently proposed hydropower dams in the watershed that threatened East and West Rosebud creeks.
Clint’s perspective on the East Rosebud Creek.
Mary Ellen’s perspective on the East Rosebud Creek.
The legacy of the Craighead family.