Join MRCDC at the Annual Convention of the Montana Association of Conservation Districts November 19-21st at the Best Western Heritage Inn in Great Falls. See you there!
The Middle Reach consists of Blaine, Chouteau, and Fergus Counties. This reach includes the 149-mile stretch of the Missouri that was designated as a National Wild and Scenic River in 1976 as well as the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument, which was created by a Presidential Proclamation in 2001. The unique geology of the middle reach is showcased by white cliffs, badlands, and volcanic dikes. This reach is also celebrated as one of the longest remaining free-flowing stretches across the entire length of the Missouri River.