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Established in 1964 by an act of Congress, the Montana Water Center advances water research, information, education, and problem-solving partnerships throughout the state of Montana and beyond. It is one of 54 Centers in the nation collectively known as the Water Resources Research Institutes. [2011 Highlights | 569 KB PDF] Click to ask the Water Center


Water facts - did you know that...?
In 1973, the Montana Water Use Act included a water reservation statute that set in motion a process to protect instream flows throughout the state. Under the Montana Water Use Act, reservations have been granted for 332 streams, including 249 streams in upper Missouri basin, 18 streams in the lower Missouri, and 63 streams in the Yellowstone basin.
Source: Headwaters to a Continent [PDF]


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Montana State University-Bozeman
Montana State University
Montana Water Center
23 Faculty Court
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717
Phone: 406.994.6690 • Fax: 406.994.1774
Email: water@montana.edu
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