Each Conservation District in the State of Montana is responsible for administering the Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act or 310 Law (Senate Bill 310) on behalf of the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) for proposed activities which would alter the bed and or banks of any perennial stream. The Phillips Conservation District requires that 310 applications be submitted for proposed work on any perennial stream in Phillips County.
All 310 Applications must be reviewed at a regular Conservation District Board Meeting and be noticed on the Agenda.
In the event of a river or stream related emergency, please contact the District immediately at (406) 654-1334 ext. 3.
More information on the 310 Application and Permitting Process and Laws can be found here or by contacting the Phillips Conservation District.
Current 310 Application Materials may be downloaded here http://dnrc.mt.gov/licenses-and-permits/stream-permitting or by contacting the District at: (406) 654-1334 ext. 3 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org