10000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures

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10000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures is listed in the Rafts & Raft Trips category in Missoula, Montana. Displayed below is the only current social network for 10000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of 10000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 66.

Contact information for 10000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures is:
8080 W Riverside Dr
Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 549-6670
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10,000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures shared Clark Fork Coalition's photo.
Please take action today to protect Montana's streams! Call the House Natural Resource Committee and say ***NO to HB 339***, which will deplete streamflows, let developers cut in line before other water users, and uses bad science that will harm our prized fisheries and undermine water security and senior water rights. Call (406) 444-4800 to leave a message for the whole committee. Learn more and find committee members' emails at: http://clarkfork.org/?p=273. Thank you!!

10,000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures shared Bitter Root Water Forum's post.
Wow!
A stunning new map from Imgur user Fejetlenfej shows the complex network of rivers and streams in the contiguous United States, highlighting the...

10,000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures shared Clark Fork Coalition's post.
Our Online Auction ends today at 10pm Mountain time! Don't miss this opportunity to get awesome deals and once in a lifetime experiences. Proceeds benefit a clean and healthy Clark Fork watershed!
Silent auction 'Clark Fork Coalition Holiday Auction' hosted online at 32auctions.

http://clarkfork.org/get-involved/holiday-party/

10,000 Waves Raft & Kayak Adventures shared Clark Fork Coalition's post.
The river does connect us all...and it's more than the water we see. "In the West, a dynamic river is not important just to fish or to amphibians, but to grizzly bears and mountain lions descending from mountaintops to the flood plain for important foods. Indeed, two-thirds of the species in a large river valley spend at least part of their lives in its flood plain."
As shown in a study of mountain river systems out West, the bottom, where most of the water is found, is crucial in sustaining a diversity of life.