PO Box 177, Lakeside, MT 59922


Tom Bansak

The Flathead Lake Biological Station (FLBS) is a University of Montana Center of Excellence that conducts ecological research with an emphasis on fresh water, particularly Flathead Lake and its watershed. The Bio Station offers summer field ecology courses for students from across the nation, and trains graduate students year-round. FLBS also provides scientific data and interpretation to help resolve environmental challenges and inform public policy. Founded in 1899, FLBS is one of the oldest active biological field research stations in the United States. Located on the East Shore of Flathead Lake at Yellow Bay, facilities include laboratories, classrooms, boats, dining hall, and housing for nearly 100 people. Facilities are available for educational conferences, seminars, courses and professional meetings.
(406) 982-3301
(406) 982-3201
32125 Bio Station Ln | Polson, MT 59860
Monica Settles
(406) 756-3801
(406) 756-3353
777 Grandview Drive | Kalispell, MT 59901
Joe Price, Superintendent

Public schools K-8 in Lakeside and Somers.

(406) 857-3661
(406) 857-3144
315 School Addition Road | Somers, MT 59932
PO Box 159 | Lakeside, MT 59922
Veronica Thompson

YWAM is a missionary organization equipping Christians for roles of leadership and service throughout the world.
(406) 844-2221
(406) 844-2690
501 Blacktail Road | Lakeside, MT 59922