Montana Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act (310 Permit)
310 Forms page (Conservation District Bureau)
Any private, nongovernmental individual or entity that proposes to work in or near a stream on public or private land.
Any activity that physically alters or modifies the bed or banks of a perennially flowing stream.
• To minimize soil erosion and sedimentation.
• To protect and preserve streams and rivers in their natural or existing state.
The Board of Supervisors of the conservation district in which the project takes place.
A person planning a project must contact the conservation district office to obtain a permit application prior to any activity in or near a perennial-flowing stream. Once an application is accepted, a team that consists of a conservation district representative; a Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologist; and the applicant may conduct an on site inspection. The team makes recommendations to the conservation district board, which has 60 days from the time the application is accepted to approve, modify, or deny the permit. Local rules apply. There is no charge for a 310 permit. Joint application participant—see Permitting Tips section.
There is no charge for a 310 permit. Joint application participant—see Permitting Tips section.
For more information, contact:
Your local conservation district or
Montana Association of Conservation Districts
790 Colleen Street
Helena, MT 59601
Conservation Districts Bureau
Department of Natural Resources and Conservation
1625 Eleventh Avenue
P.O. Box 201601
Helena, MT 59620-1601