Our chapter covers the Big Blackfoot River valley in western Montana, the river made famous in "A River Runs Through It". We are nationally recognized for the quality and quantity of our restoration and conservation work over the past 20 years. One of the smallest TU chapters in the country, we are often referred to as "legendary" for our results in restoring the Big Blackfoot to its original pristine conditions.
We are finally getting around to creating a website and doing some branding of the chapter. A key part of that is a logo, which we don't have at this point. We want you to create one for us. As a non-profit organization, we don't have loads of money, so one of our members has volunteered to fund this effort.
While the money isn't big, hopefully you can point with pride at your logo on the website of the legendary BBCTU. Also, if you ever get out this way (about 40 miles east of Missoula), the chapter has pledged to give you and a guest a day's float trip on the Big Blackfoot River. Bring a fly rod or just sit back and soak up the incredible scenery, gin-clear waters, and abundant wildlife. This is nature at its finest, with fewer than a dozen homes visbile along nearly 70 miles of river as it flows through canyons, meadows, cliffs, and white water.
Once awarded, the winner will be given the contact information to arrange for their float.