We hope you enjoy this collection of videos and video clips. These have been compiled from FLBS field research.
FLBS programs are heavily reliant on private funding, and we are constantly seeking ways to enhance research and educational capabilities. If you find these videos informative, please consider giving a small donation below.
Aquatic Invasive Species 2016
AIS Early Detection Testing at FLBS
Learn more about how you can help stop the spread of invasive species
Donation Fund Options
Provides critical ecological
information about local and global ecosystems and their interactions with
society. Current priorities include Aquatic Invasive Species Monitoring
using environmental DNA, and our long-term river and floodplain research on the
Middle Fork Flathead.
Contributing to this fund will help maintain the continuity of our 100-year legacy of Flathead Lake research and monitoring. Donations will ensure that your Flathead Lake stays beautiful, clean and clear.
Invest in the FLBS vision by contributing to the Opportunity Fund. This fund allows the FLBS Director to distribute contributions to priority projects.
Named Gifts and Endowments
If you are considering a larger monetary donation, and would like to discuss the possibility of establishing a named gift, scholarship, or endowment, please contact the FLBS Assistant Director, Tom Bansak, by email or by phone at 406-982-3301 x229.
Secure Online Donation Form
Gifts made to FLBS through the UM Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, are tax deductible within the limits of the Internal Revenue Code.
Alternatively, if you are not comfortable using this website for contributions, we do accept personal checks.
Checks may be made payable to the UM Foundation with a memo noting to which fund you wish to contribute. They may be mailed to the following address:
32125 Bio Station Lane
Polson, MT 59860-6815
If you have any questions, contact us.