Join us for an information meeting with updates on anticipated trail closures and updates on the work completed so far on both the City lands and National Forest System lands as a part of the Bozeman Municipal Watershed Project.
Work is underway with weather and conditions dictating what and where the work is being done. If you are in the watershed area, watch for signs such as this or notices about work being done in the area.
Join us as we continue the conversation about the Bozeman Municipal Watershed Project. The Custer Gallatin Forest Service team will talk about implementation and we’ll provide the detail on how Sourdough Fuels reduction will happen as a part of the project.
Following our open house and survey from March, the City of Bozeman be coming back with a “What We Heard” open house . This will be a shorter meeting to share out the results of the survey, identify the option that will be implemented, and talk about next steps.
The meeting will be recorded and shared on this website for those that can’t attend. Register via WebEx and provide your name and email.
March 25, 2021
Accessing the Sourdough Trailhead Area
Make your voice heard on Sourdough Trailhead access! Take Survey
Prescribed burning efforts begin if weather conditions allow
Fuel reduction activities begin – Mechanical/logging treatments in the Moser Ridge Area and City of Bozeman lands near the Bozeman Creek intake structure. Non-mechanical treatments in the Leverich Gulch area Moser Rider area.