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The Missouri River Corridor extends for 725 miles across Montana passing through the 14 counties and 15 conservation districts that form the Missouri River Conservation Districts Council. Each of the 15 conservation districts in the Missouri River Corridor has one supervisor as a voting member of the Council. Conservation Districts, through public elections, represent local residents’ views and concerns regarding natural resources – giving this Council a true grassroots perspective of Missouri River issues. The river corridor is divided into reaches that contain unique geographic, social and economic features that create conservation priorities for the region. Below is a list of the member conservation districts and their respective reaches:

Upper Reach

Broadwater Conservation District
Cascade Conservation District
Gallatin Conservation District
Lewis and Clark Conservation District

Middle Reach

Big Sandy Conservation District
Blaine County Conservation District

Chouteau County Conservation District
Fergus County Conservation District

Reservoir Reach

Garfield County Conservation District
Petroleum County Conservation District
Phillips County Conservation District
Valley County Conservation District

Lower Reach

McCone County Conservation District
Richland County Conservation District
Roosevelt County Conservation District

Missouri River Conservation
Missouri River Conservation Districts