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Division of Water...

Flathead Lake

In 1989, the Tribes formed the Division of Water within the Natural Resources Department.  The purpose of the Division is to provide sound environmental stewardship to preserve, perpetuate, protect and enhance the Reservation’s resources and ecosystems for future generations.  Initially, the Division consisted of three programs:  Water Management, Water Administration/Rights and Safety of Dams/Roads.  The Water Management Program and the Water Administration/Rights had been functioning since 1981, but within a different departmental structure.  In the early 1990s the Geographic Information Systems Program was added to the Division to provide mapping and map analysis for the Department.  In early 2005 the Highway 93 Program was added to the Division to provide construction oversight on the highway 93 corridor construction.

Main Office Employees
Dan Lozar, Division Manager
Mike Brown, SOD/Roads Program Manager
Pete Gillard, GIS Program Manager
Clarence Skaw, Water Administration/Rights Program Manager

Mission Statement
“The general mission of the Division of Water is to provide technical and administrative support to protect and enhance the water resources and other resources on the Flathead Reservation for future generations.”

George McCleod
George McCleod conducting water measurements

Dennis Courville
Dennis Courville, Hydrologic Technician II

Steve Ashley
Steve Ashley, Hydrologic Technician II

Department Pages

Natural Resources Department
Environmental Protection Division
Fish, Wildlife, Recreation and Conservation Division
Water Management Division
 

Safety of Dams
GIS
   
referred links

U.S. Geological Survey
Natural Resources Conservation Service
   

Water Management
Phone: (406) 883-2888

 

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