The Web Catalog of Watershed Projects is a listing of publicly-funded
Montana projects that were designed to prevent or mitigate
nonpoint source pollution, or to restore waterbodies. Its
backbone is a database of summary information on more than
500 unique projects that have been initiated since the early
1990s. Three programs funded most of these projects: the 319
Non-Point Source program (Federal funds administered by
the Montana Department of Environmental Quality), the Future
Fisheries program of the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife
and Parks, and the Environmental
Quality Incentives program of the USDA Natural Resources
Deep Creek before restoration
Deep Creek after restoration
This site was an outgrowth of a Montana Watershed Coordination
Council 's scoping session through the Linking
Work Group. Its development and updating are made possible
through Montana 319 Non-Point Source grants to the Montana
Looking for maps of your area? Go to the Natural
Resources Information System (NRIS) web site for interactive
a list of all Project Entries.
Find information about Projects via a search tool.
Browse through a gallery of all project photos.