Visit one of the pages below to see what’s happening on Lolo Creek.
In 2015, Lolo Watershed Group and the Watershed Education Network took out Lolo middle school 6th graders to collect and prepare stream data. View their results here!
Low snow pack years can lead to low water events on Lolo Creek. Take a look at these examples and how you can help!
Channel migration is a natural phenomenon caused by high flow and eroding river banks. It can cause damage to roads, bridges, as well as property.
The Clark Fork Coalition did a case study on Lolo Creek focusing on drought and stream flows. Take a look at it here.
Take a look at our Watershed Restoration Plan, TMDLs, and more!