Park County Environmental Council is pleased to present a special video presentation compiled by members of the community. Please take a minute to watch as Park county residents share their perspectives about the importance of PCEC in the community and their lives.
Park County Environmental Council (PCEC) is proud to announce that Reilly Neill will take on the Interim Executive Director position for the non-profit organization. Kerry Fee completed his role of Executive Director at the end of January 2014, and went on to start up his new remodeling and repairs business.
“We’re very thankful for Kerry’s years
The annual clean-up day for the Yellowstone River between Livingston and Gardiner is scheduled for April 14, 2012. The clean-up is organized at the Livingston Civic Center at 8:00AM. For all participants a free lunch will be served at the Civic Center when you return from the river. This is a wonderful family event that regularly
The movie Split Estate was filmed in the Rocky Mountain states and presents both the history and the impact of natural gas extraction on communities and their people.
As people are learning, natural gas extraction is most likely coming to the Shields Valley. Estimates for it happening are around five years, sooner or later depending on the price of natural gas. As an indicator, this past Tuesday (Nov. 29) a presentation by the Montana Board of Oil and Gas Conservation and the
Comment: Thanks for the interview on fracking in the Livingston paper. A friend shared it with me. So glad to link up with others concerned about this latest and unashamed assault on our planet. Energy, yes; responsibility and accountability, yes; destruction, no. Below is a copy of the comment posted to that article/interview, with all