The 2016 die-off of thousands of whitefish in the Yellowstone River got the attention of folks in Park County. The river is a huge economic driver for the area, bringing anglers from around the world as well as Montanans who fish and boat for fun. In the wake of that fish kill the county is trying to bring together people of different interests to address water issues now, before another crisis. Planning to ensure the Yellowstone River remains healthy is important for development, agriculture and recreation.
To read more about the subject, check out my story in the Billings Gazette at https://billingsgazette.com/lifestyles/recreation/water-summit-seeks-to-prepare-state-for-coming-challenges/article_e66933b7-a9cd-5edf-85d0-f58d3a18a398.html
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