Thank You for Your Comments

Congratulations Park County!

The Forest Service estimates that it received more than three thousand public comments in response to exploratory drilling on Emigrant Peak.

In just a few short weeks we were able to raise the profile of Lucky Mineral’s proposal to garner opposition at the local, regional and national level. Many of you have taken the extra step of calling

Community Meeting Regarding Exploratory Drilling In Emigrant Gulch – July 9th

What is More Valuable? Gold? … or Paradise Valley?Please join the Park County Environmental Council, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition and Yellowstone Bend Citizens Council for a community meeting to discuss a proposed mineral exploration project in Emigrant Gulch.Learn how you can help protect the integrity of Yellowstone National Park, the Greater Yellowstone

Emigrant Peak Mine Community Meeting – June 30

What is More Valuable? Gold? Silver? Molybdenum? Copper? … or Paradise Valley?

Please join the Park County Environmental Council, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition and Yellowstone Bend Citizens Council for a community meeting to discuss a proposed mineral exploration project in Emigrant Gulch.

Learn how you can help protect the integrity of Yellowstone National Park, the Greater Yellowstone

GARDENING IN A CHANGING CLIMATE

Gardening in Changing Climate poster FINALHave you noticed outdoor plants and trees – and weeds – leafing out and blooming earlier, or birds and butterflies that are arriving and migrating earlier?  Do you know that our plant hardiness zone is shifting?  Do you have questions about how

PCEC Hosting A Public Meeting on the BNSF Livingston Rail Yard Plume Cleanup

The Montana superfund cleanup of the BNSF Railway Company rail yard toxic plume continues. After almost three decades, it’s easy to forget that this difficult and contested project isn’t completed. That’s why the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will update the status of the project at a public meeting March 11, 2015 from 7:00

Meet PCEC’s New Executive Director

The Park County Environmental Council invites you to join us in welcoming our new Executive Director, Michelle Uberuaga, on Tuesday, February 10th, from 4-8pm, at Katabatic Brewing Company in Livingston.

As part of an effort to bring new focus to environmental issues in Park County, PCEC is pleased to introduce Michelle Uberuaga as the new Executive Director.

Michelle brings over

PCEC Welcomes New Executive Director  

Park County Environmental Council is pleased to introduce the Park County community to PCEC’s new Executive Director, Michelle Uberuaga.

Michelle brings over ten years of experience in conservation work to PCEC. She has worked as a biologist in Yellowstone National Park and as an attorney at the Montana Supreme Court. She combines her passion for wild

2014 Year End Appeal

We hope you will join in supporting Park County Environmental Council, our grassroots countywide conservation organization. As you know, PCEC does important work to protect this beautiful part of Montana, from Gardiner up through Livingston, Wilsall, Clyde Park and all points within the county. We are a small nonprofit organization, depending on support from concerned

Back by Popular Demand!

Start your Friday Night with PCEC! 

Please join us Friday, June 27 for a PCEC Open House from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.  at the Lincoln School.

Featuring LIVE BLUES!

Mingle with PCEC members and meet the PCEC Board. Exhibits from PCEC’s past and future will be exhibited in the classroom setting. Snacks and libations will be provided.

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