Remnants of a forest dot the floodplain known for the past century as Milltown Reservoir. Crews have removed more than 2 million tons of contaminated sediment from the valley bottom, and hope to return the Clark Fork River to its natural channel the week of March 23. Crews will then move upstream in hopes of removing an additional 100,000 tons of contaminated muck before spring runoff.
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