Big Sky Watershed Corps

About Big Sky Watershed Corps

Big Sky Watershed Corps is an Americorps program that places young professionals in Montana watershed communities where they make a measurable difference in local conservation efforts. BSWC is currently in its  fifth year and has been a huge success within the state, with members making strides in watershed research, project planning and implementation, watershed education and outreach, and community engagement.

This program is an awesome opportunity: it allows young professionals to work closely with a watershed community, implement specialized projects, and provide foundational assistance within their assigned organizations.

BSWC is offered through a partnership with the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Montana, Montana Conservation Corps, and the Montana Watershed Coordination Council.

Meet the 2017 Big Sky Watershed Corps Members and find out what they’re up to!

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Host a Big Sky Watershed Corps Member

If your organization has water related projects and goals, consider hosting a Big Sky Watershed Corps Member. This partnership contributes to the professional development of college graduates and provides conservation districts and watershed communities with new energy, ideas, and capacity. Feel free to contact Jessica Makus with any questions regarding BSWC at jessica@macdnet.org.

We are currently accepting host site applications for 2018. Host site applications are due by July 28, 2017. Contact Jessica Makus for more information about the application. To view the 2018 application, click here.

Interested in Becoming a Member?

Select the link below to learn about positions with the Big Sky Watershed  Corps. The Montana Conservation Corps accepts applications year round for all positions and terms generally extend from January to November.

Learn more about becoming a Big Sky Watershed Corps Member.

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