Association of Montana Floodplain Managers
Bringing floodplain professionals of all areas together to promote common sense floodplain development for Montana.
Who We Are
The Association of Montana Floodplain Managers (AMFM) is a flagship organization in Montana with a focus on Floodplain Management.
AMFM’s goal is to educate planners, citizens, developers and decision-makers regarding the impacts of flooding and the need for wise development.
WHO WE HELP
AMFM brings together professionals involved in a variety of floodplain management activities, promoting common sense floodplain development.
How It Works
Visit a conference, access our resources, get in touch with a professional with experience in floodplain management.
Become a Sponsor
The program recognizes continuing education and professional development that enhance the knowledge and performance of local, state, federal, and private-sector floodplain managers.
Being nationally certified will add credibility to floodplain management professionals and help reduce the nation’s flood losses by improving the knowledge and abilities of floodplain managers in the United States.
The DNRC provides resources and updates on the latest in floodplain management news.
Meet the current members of the Association of Montana Floodplain Managers.
Pam Vosen, CFM
Fergus County, Planning Director
712 W. Main Street, Suite 101
Lewistown, MT 59457
Member since: 2006
Ben Fennelly, PE, CFM
682 S Ferguson, Ste. 1
Bozeman, MT 59718
Member Since: 2012
Todd Klietz, RS, CFM
200 W. Broadway
Missoula, MT 59802
Member Since: 2002
Become a Member
AMFM members receive substantial discounts and benefits of networking opportunities at conferences, forums and technical training workshops, and receive beneficial newsletters each year plus email notifications of upcoming events.
To become an AMFM Member, or renew your membership, fill out our contact form. Or click here to learn more about memberships.
THANK YOU TO
We extend our gratitude to our current sponsors for their generous donations to our organization.
Get In Touch
Contact someone from the association and get your floodplain questions answered.