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Welcome to Water for Flathead's Future Dear Neighbors, Thank you for adding your name to the growing list of people concerned about the impact of unprecedented industrial water bottling in our beloved Flathead County, Montana. Our group is just a month old now and the initial leadership has been hard at work creating a website and developing a strategy to succeed in...

  Water for Flathead's Future is a group comprised of farmers, sportsmen, business people, homeowners and others who promote sustainable use of our groundwater resources to meet our needs and those of future generations. We are calling upon our elected leaders in Flathead County, the Montana Legislature and the Governor's office to "look before they leap" on the issue of unprecedented...

Thanks to Vance C. for providing us with some great information. It behooves us all to learn as much of the facts surrounding what is facing the Flathead Valley. Food and Water Watch Here is a link some information to a community facing a similar situation as the Flathead’s. This community, in Oregon, is attempting to keep Nestle out of their water,...

By SAM WILSON/Daily Inter Lake On one of the sprawling farms along the Flathead River’s Egan Slough, the Montana Artesian Water Co. is quietly working to open a plant that could bottle as much as 191.6 million gallons of groundwater per year. The site of the proposed facility is less than two miles southwest of Creston and about a mile from the...