Flathead River


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Flathead River

A river rising in southeast British Columbia, Canada, and flowing about 390 km (240 mi) generally southward across the Montana border to Flathead Lake then south and west to the Clark Fork River. The lake is surrounded by mountains and is a popular recreation region.
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The proposed facility is located west of the town of West Glacier and south of the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.
plant will be added to the federal Superfund list, renewing momentum to clean up decades of industrial waste along the Flathead River.
Michael Jamison, NPCA's Glacier senior program manager, quoted in the Missoulian, supporting legislation to protect the North Fork of the Flathead River from mine leasing.
In 1991, new North Fork District Ranger Scott Emmerich needed a host at the Kintla Lake campground, someone who didn't need constant supervision in the isolated area east of the North Fork of the Flathead River.
Endowed with the heritage of the Great Northern Railway, Whitefish has served as America's inland port for floating logs down the Flathead River, while railroad crews laid tracks in the Rockies.
Prime areas include the Clark Fork, Kootenai and Flathead River drainages, with public hunting on national forest, state and Plum Creek Timber properties.
So a short hour later I was perched in a favorite whitetail stand near the Flathead River, dead certain that no self-respecting buck would venture within bow range on this sunny and cold November morning.
The inn is a four-bedroom cedar home that overlooks the peaks of Glacier and sits on 11 acres in the Flathead National Forest, by the wild and scenic North Fork of the Flathead River.
With the latter in mind we hired a guide who rode us to all the best fishing locations on the Flathead River in a dory.
The field trip up the North Fork of the Flathead River to review fire history relevant to moose habitat changes in the drainage was informative and very enjoyable.
As Sharon and her family floated peacefully down the Flathead River in Montana, their rubber raft approached a solitary mountain lion lounging on the riverbed.
Continued pressure from white settlers eager to develop the valley's agriculture potential and timber resources led the federal government to move the tribes 100 miles north to the Flathead River basin.