CFWEP and Montana Tech receive $1.3 million grant!

The grant is from the National Institutes of General Medical Sciences of the NIH Science Education Partnership (NIH-SEPA) Award program. The five-year award will launch an exciting science education research project titled, Phages Helping Acquire Genuine Experiences in Sciences (PHAGES).

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The Montana Steward: Anaconda Edition is Available!

How did historic mining and smelting impact Anaconda, Montana? What are the current restoration and remediation projects for Anaconda? In this edition you’ll learn about Anaconda history, as well as what makes Anaconda unique in the Clark Fork Watershed.

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We are scientists and change-makers.

The Clark Fork Watershed Education Program (CFWEP) seeks to inspire people of all ages to engage as scientifically literate citizens working for positive change.

How can you be involved with CFWEP?

We are scientists and change-makers.

The Clark Fork Watershed Education Program (CFWEP) seeks to inspire people of all ages to engage as scientifically literate citizens working for positive change.

How can you be involved with CFWEP?

What We Do

The Clark Fork Watershed Education Program (CFWEP) serves communities across Montana and throughout the Clark Fork Watershed. We focus on place-based environmental education through student programs, teacher professional development, and public engagement and outreach.

Student Programs

Teacher Professional Development

Public Engagement & Outreach

 Environmental education meets watershed science.

Volunteer With CFWEP!

Can you give us an hour or two? Contact klappin@mtech.edu for upcoming opportunities!

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