Pure clean water: Biomonitoring in the Flathead

A few weeks ago, I spent a few hot days in the Flathead Valley, often in the cold, clear waters of the tributaries of the Flathead River. The whole Flathead, which is the largest unsettled valley in Southern Canada, is recognized by scientists around the world for its pristine water quality.

Wildsight, along with our now independent water program, Living Lakes Canada, was monitoring stream health in the Flathead using Environment Canada’s CABIN protocol (the Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network). Read more over at Wildsight...


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