LOLO – Clark Fork Coalition project manager Jed Whiteley lives a mile away from Lolo Creek and has seen the lower stretch dry up before. The flows can vary from year to year, but this summer is like nothing he’s seen before.
“This year, it bottomed out earlier than it has since we started monitoring. It bottomed out way back in July,” Whiteley said. “We’re looking at a historic low year, and I think the smoke and everything else proves that.”Read More