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CFWEP Corporate Sponsorships

CFWEP has opportunities at every giving level for your business to be involved. From in-kind gifts of auction items to safety gear to direct sponsorship of our signature programming. 

Whether you are most interested in creek clean up day, fly fishing camp, stormwater art, honoring watershed heroes, osprey or songbird education or adding to the fun of our fall fundraiser, we have an opportunity for you! All proceeds support our educational outreach to kids, teacher professional development, and community education efforts. Please contact Melissa Wanamaker at mwanamaker@mtech.edu or 907-529-5332 if you have questions on how to make the greatest impact with your business sponsorship.  


Current Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

Clean up Blacktail Stream Day

Support hundreds of Butte students as they clean trash from over 3 miles of Blacktail and Silver Bow Creeks. Local educator and conservationist Lou Parrett started this event with his students in the 1970s. In 2019, we removed 300 bags of trash from these areas.

Southwest Montana Fly Fishing and Conservation Camp

Support Montana Kids for a unique fly fishing camp that combines both the tactical side of fly fishing with learning about the science of the restoration of the Upper Clark Fork Watershed.

Butte Stormwater Art Project

Support community and student artwork through our Stormwater Art Project.  Artists create pieces for signal box wraps that have an ecological and community focus to help educate the public about stormwater. Sponsor determines art, location and funds the wrap.

Stormwater Art Sponsorship »

Fall Fundraiser & Volunteer Recognition

Help CFWEP staff celebrate our volunteers, outstanding teachers, watershed heroes and business owners who go above and beyond to support our mission, inspire our students, and protect the watershed. Food, entertainment and games make it fun.

Missoula Sponsorship

Support the Missoula Watershed Science Program, Winter WIngs, Wings over Water, Missoula Tribal Programs, and the Bird’s Eye View Education Program. Help school children learn about songbirds, osprey and macroinvertebrates as biological indicators of watershed health.