Watershed Festival

Watershed Festival was "MOSSome"!

Thanks to everyone for coming out to the Bozeman Fish Technology Center to celebrate local watershed with MOSS! About 2,000 joined us in the Festivities and we hope to see you all again next year on June 11th, 2016! 

Thanks to our Sponsors!

 
Artwork generously provided by Jodie Canfield, MOSS Board Member

 FREE Shuttle Service

To cut down on potentially difficult parking situations off at the Bozeman Fish Technology Center, MOSS is running a FREE Shuttle courtesy of First Student from the old Zig's Parking Lot (703 Bridger Canyon Road, Bozeman, MT 59715) heading for the Bozeman Fish Technology Center (4050 Bridger Canyon Road, Bozeman, MT 59715). The shuttle will leave Zig's on the half hour, beginning at 8:30am, and leave from the Fish Technology Center on the hour, ending at 2:00pm. Check out the full schedule HERE!

US Fish & Wildlife Service
Kid's Fishing Derby

 

Don't miss the Fishing Derby to end all other fishing derby's! Hosted by the US Fish & Wildlife Service Bozeman Fish Technology Center (FTC), kids can come and catch 2 Rainbow Trout for FREE! They'll also weigh and clean the fish for you on site! It's AMAZING, thanks Bozeman FTC! Don't have a rod? That's okay, the Fish Technology Center has some for you to use. 

The derby will run from 9am - 2pm and is open to kids 11 and under. PLEASE NO FLY RODS!

 

 Montana Raptor Conservation Center

  

 Back by popular demand, the Montana Raptor Conservation Center (MRCC) will be bringing some of the most incredible aerial predators in Montana to Watershed! Their mission is to improve the welfare of raptors across Montana through rehabilitation of injured birds, community education, and partnerships for raptor conservation and research. Find out more about this amazing organization at http://montanaraptor.org/

 

 

Please call MOSS offices if you have any questions at 406-582-0526.  We look forward to working with you to make the 17th Annual Watershed Festival a successful event for all involved! 

Erin Peterson, 6th Grade, Sleeping Giant Middle School