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Baucus supports funding for Montana river health

Gallatin River
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

The Gallatin River flows through Gallatin Canyon on Thursday, May 16. U.S. Sen. Max Baucus wrote a section of the Water Resource Development Act to provide money for the preservation of Montana's rivers.

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As a headwaters state, Montana’s rivers are priceless, not only to its residents but also to people in downstream states. So part of a Congressional bill proposes federal funding to keep Montana’s streams healthy.

This week, U.S. Senator Max Baucus inserted a section into the Water Resources Development Act that would allocate $30 million for projects that mitigate the increasing effects of flooding and drought along Montana’s streams.

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