Over $35,000 Already Raised for Blackfoot River Fund

In the summer of 2017, Logjam Presents opened the KettleHouse Amphitheater, a new music venue nestled along the beautiful banks of the Blackfoot River. In an effort to conserve and protect the Blackfoot, the newly established Logjam Foundation (the charitable arm of Logjam Presents) partnered with Montana Trout Unlimited to form the Blackfoot River Fund.

Logjam Foundation

With the help of concert goers, the Logjam Foundation has raised over $35,000. That’s already a third of the way to the $100,000 goal originally set forth.

One hundred percent of the Blackfoot River Fund will be used by Montana Trout Unlimited to launch specific initiatives designated to the preservation of the Blackfoot River.

During the summer, you can continue to help raise money in a few simple ways. When you attend concerts at KettleHouse Amphitheater, $1 from each ticket sold and an amount equal to five percent of gross bar sales will be contributed.

In addition, 100% of the profit from all Blackfoot River Fund merchandise will be donated, and of course, you can choose to give to the fund directly.

Stay informed and track progress by visiting the Blackfoot River Fund webpage.