On January 17, the Park County Commission approved a Resolution of Intent to adopt the Growth Policy Draft. Now is your opportunity to voice support for the Growth Policy. We believe this is a solid document that will help our community have a say in the future of Park County, making sure this
- What: Community Open House on Mineral Withdrawal Proposal
- When: Wed, Jan 18, Show up any time between 4:00-7:00 pm
- Where: Shane Center, 415 E Lewis St, Livingston (MT)
The U.S. Forest Service will be holding a community open house on January 18th, from 4:00-7:00 p.m., at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts in Livingston
Understanding ecological impacts from invasive species like PKD or zebra mussels on Montana rivers involves looking at the whole ecosystem. This article is illuminating in that respect. Naturally our role is significant.
A recent outbreak of a deadly fish
The Department of Environmental Quality is seeking public comment on a Draft Environmental Assessment analyzing potential environmental impacts from mineral exploration activity proposed by Lucky Minerals. The proposed mineral exploration project would be located on private patented mining claims known as the St. Julian Claim Block in the Absaroka Mountains approximately 12 miles southeast of
PCEC Board Member and renowned entomologist, Jesse Logan, wrote a thoughtful, sober critique on the reality of hunting Yellowstone grizzly bears for sport over at The Bullseye. Jesse is a passionate conservationist, outdoors enthusiast and advocate for the grizzly. He has dedicated his life to working in grizzly country studying the impacts of
PCEC has been striving to protect the public lands in Park County from the beginning, in fact it was one of the tenants that our organization was founded upon. Most recently we have been working with our partners to protect the public lands around the two proposed, industrial scale Yellowstone Gateway Mines. One of our
The deadline for submitting comments on the Park County Growth Policy Update and the Public Hearing is this Thursday, November 17th.
More information on how to submit comments HERE. This is your opportunity to play an important role in our local government. The Commissioners want to hear from you and
Micheal Werner, with Crevice Mining Group, raises more questions than he answered in the following interview with The Billings Gazette. From what we can gather he thinks an open pit operation would be appropriate on the border on Yellowstone National Park (except we’re not Nevada) and that his interests and needs supersede those of the local