Missouri Headwaters State Park is a National Historic Landmark where the Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin Rivers come together to form the Missouri River. The confluence of these rivers is an important crossroads for many different peoples going back to very early nomadic hunter gathering cultures. The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed through here in 1805, on their journey out west and returned the following year. This area continued to play an important part in early Montana history, both during the fur trapping era and the early settler and gold rush days.  The AmeriCorps member will play an important part in the preserving and telling of this significant story by implementing programs that improve park lands, expand our educational and interpretive programs, and enhance our community o

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