Image of Denil fishway installed in the new outdoor flume at the Bozeman Fish Technology Center

New USFWS-BFTC Flume Featured in USFWS Story

April 21, 2121

The new flume and fish passage research at the Bozeman Fish Technology Center was featured in a story published by the USFWS. Link to Article

Megan and Anthony taking velocity measurements in the Bozeman Fish Techology Flume

Scaled Fishway Study Featured in MSU News

October 7, 2020

Civil Engineering student's Megan Conley and Anthony Bruno were featured in an MSU News story for their research evaluating scaled Denil fishways for Arctic grayling.  Link to Article

Photo of Graduate Student Ian Anderson and Rocky Mountain College Undergraduate Evan Matos tagging fish at the Huntley Diversion

Huntley Fish Bypass Study Featured in MSU News

August 30, 2019

Graduate students Ian Anderson and Haley Tupen were featured in an MSU News story for their research evaluating the nature-like fish bypass at the Huntley Diversion on the Yellowstone River.  Link to Article

Paul Parson

Film About MSU CE Alum Wins Award at the International Wildlife Film Festival

September, 25, 2018

Paul Parson (BSCE 2004) works for Trout Unlimited as the Middle Clark Fork Program Manager based in Missoula.  He specializes in stream and floodplain restoration and is currently focused on abandoned mine projects in the Ninemile Valley.  A film about his work recently won an award at the International Wildlife Film Festival.  Link to Video

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Big Hole Study Featured in Mountains and Minds Magazine

 June 27, 2018

Graduate students Nolan Platt and Ben Triano were featured in the Spring 2018 Montana State University Magazine, Mountains and Minds for their amazing work with Arctic Grayling in the Big Hole River Watershed.  The purpose of this study is to evaluate the use and effectiveness of Denil structures installed in existing irrigation diversions throughout the Big Hole watershed.  Link to Article