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Trout Unlimited, ranchers work together to help fish

Brackett Creek restoration

Mike Greener/Chronicle

Trout Unlimited attorney and fisheries biologist Patrick Byorth has been working with landowners to keep Brackett Creek water levels high enough to sustain healthy fish populations.

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CLYDE PARK – The demands on Montana’s streams are many, but thanks to a law written almost a decade ago, Montana Trout Unlimited is helping ranchers help fish by reducing agricultural demand.

Last week, the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation approved a lease allowing a Bridger Canyon landowner to donate his water to the fish of Bridger Creek for the next 10 years.

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