In his Hungry Horse News column this week, Larry talks about the end of an era… John Frederick passing the baton to Debo Powers as President of the North Fork Preservation Association. Read his full column here.
On Saturday night, John Frederick stepped down as President of the North Fork Preservation Association (NFPA) after more than three decades of leadership in this environmental organization which was founded in 1982. Following a potluck supper, a crown which said “North Fork Hero” was placed on John’s head. The crowd of around 50 people listened… Read More »
The North Fork Preservation Association posted an article about interesting research on the relationship between beaver activity and amphibian populations. Read all about it here.
The North Fork Preservation Association’s website reports that this summer’s bat survey throughout the U.S. and Canadian Flathead Valley gave researchers valuable new information about the region’s bat population. Read all about it here.
John Frederick, NFPA President, recently received a Flathead Audubon Society Conservation Achievement Recognition award for his years of work to protect the North Fork. This is a pretty big deal and a well-deserved honor. The formal award presentation is on October 13. For more information, see this post from the North Fork Preservation website. Congratulations,… Read More »
The North Fork Preservation Association annual meeting is on Saturday, July 26, featuring Canadian activist Harvey Locke speaking on “The Missing Piece of Waterton National Park.” He is a charismatic orator who thinks in large landscapes. Harvey begins his talk at 7:30 p.m. The potluck dinner starts at 5:00 p.m., followed by the business meeting.… Read More »
For those of you who can’t wait on the mail, the North Fork Preservation Association Summer 2014 Newsletter is now available online in the “Newsletters” section of the website. Enjoy!
The North Fork Preservation Website has a story about how Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, along with Senators Jon Tester and John Walsh, were in town Saturday at the Hungry Horse Ranger Station to talk about the North Fork Watershed Protection Act and allied subjects. Read that full story here.