Park County Environmental Council safeguards and enhances
the lands, water and wildlife in Yellowstone’s northern gateway
through a powerful community-based advocacy network.

YELLOWSTONE HEADWATERS

Protection, conservation, and restoration of the free-flowing nature of the Yellowstone River and its many tributaries for fish, wildlife, water quality, and recreation.

WILD BACKYARD

To preserve open space by advocating for public land & access, wildlands, wildlife habitat, working farms, ranches and rural communities.

RESILIENT COMMUNITIES

We believe that community, economy, and environment are not competing interests, but three complementary pillars of community resilience.

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“The idea of wilderness needs no defense. It only needs defenders”
- EDWARD ABBEY