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Two Rivers History Bonner Montana

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More History Roundtables are online. Watch them on the Roundtables page on this site or subscribe to the TwoRiversHistory YouTube channel.

Bonner Milltown History Center has received a $1000 Matthew Hansen Foundation grant. During the coming months, Rebekah McDonald will create interpretive descriptions of items in our collection with the goal of producing exhibits of interest to the public.

Life at the Confluence. An on-line book by Sam Berry. Life at the Confluence by Sam Berry will be on exhibit at the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula beginning July 4.


Remediation, Restoration, Redevelopment

Milltown Superfund Site
Since declared a Superfund site in 1983, toxic sediments in the former Milltown Reservoir have been removed and a new floodplain built, restoring the Clark Fork to a naturally functioning river within a new Milltown State Park. Learn more about the remediation and restoration of the Superfund site.

Milltown State Park

Milltown State Park
With an anticipated opening in 2014, Milltown State Park at the newly restored confluence of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers will offer outdoor recreation and stories of natural and human history at the site. Learn more.

Preserving History Today

Preserving History Today
Bonner-Milltown residents have long treasured their past. This website and interpretive planning projects continue telling the stories of the confluence.