Family Programs & Community Events


2016 Winter Walks 

Get outside with MOSS! Beginning January 10, 2016 MOSS will offer six Sundays of family friendly Winter Walks. MOSS programs combine hands-on science education with outdoor exploration! Come dig a snow pit and learn the basics of snow science and pick up some cool winter ecology facts! The walks are 90 minutes and are rated easy to moderate. Remember your snowshoes!  

Sundays, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

$10 for kids 11 -111, FREE for kids 10 and under.

Children must be accompanied by an adult



Feb. 7: East Gallatin Rec. Area (easy)

  *Meet at the southernmost end of the Glen Lake parking area.

Feb. 21:  Story Hills Trail (easy/moderate) 

March 6: Middle Cottonwood Creek (moderate) 

March 20: Bridger Foothills Trail (moderate)

   *Meet at the “M” Trail parking lot


Call MOSS with questions*:  406-582-0526

*Should we not reach our minimum enrollment, you will be notified the Friday before the scheduled walk. 

See you out there!



 2015 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


US Fish & Wildlife Service
Kid's Fishing Derby


The Fishing Derby to end all other fishing derby's! Hosted by the US Fish & Wildlife Service Bozeman Fish Technology Center (FTC), kids came and caught 2 Rainbow Trout for FREE! They also weighed and cleaned the fish  on site! It's AMAZING, thanks Bozeman FTC!  


 Montana Raptor Conservation Center


 Back by popular demand, the Montana Raptor Conservation Center (MRCC) brought 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




Erin Peterson, 6th Grade, Sleeping Giant Middle School