Two new articles in the Montana Standard and Billings Gazette highlight the impacts and results of two CREWS-supported efforts.
The first article, written by Duncan Adams for the Montana Standard, focuses on the collaborative efforts of the Upper Clark Fork Working Group (UCFWG). It highlights some of those involved in the UCFWG, including Dr. Rob Thomas, Professor of Environmental Sciences at UM-Western and CREWS seed grant recipient, as well as how the group came to be and its current activities along the Upper Clark Fork River.
To read the full article visit: Battered Clark Fork River draws researchers willing to collaborate
The second article, also written by Duncan Adams for the Billings Gazette, focuses on the results of the Warm Springs Ponds survey. The survey was created and distributed by Dr. Arica Crootof, Assistant Professor of Environmental Sustainability at UM-Western and CREWS seed grant recipient, and her students at UM-Western. The article shares some of the results that students presented in early October as well as the experiences that the students had with the survey and research process.
To read the full article visit: Warm Springs Ponds survey yields varied opinions