Sign the open letter requesting that our elected officials act on climate change for the future of Montana!
Water and food. They’re interrelated, of course. A lot of our problems start with the use of petroleum-based chemicals on our food, and those get washed into the water supply. If we get our food system right, that will solve a lot of issues.
MEIC offers guidance to grassroots organizations. They understand the politics of the issues and do a good job of explaining it in their publications, which offer a course of action.
We need to protect our agricultural lands. Once land is developed for houses, you never get it back.
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In this issue:
- Victory for Grizzly Bears
- Smith River Copper Mine
- EPA Carbon Limits
- Colstrip: Unreliable and Expensive
- Grantsdale Subdivision in Bitterroot Valley
- Montanore Mine
- PPL Spinoff
- MEIC Board Elections
- Clean Energy Jobs Report
- Renewable Energy Standard Review
- Montana Futures Raffle
- Oil Train Safety
Wildlife destruction, that’s what some environmental groups are campaigning to avoid.
“save our smith” is the slogan groups are using to fight a recently funded proposed mining project from the Canadian company Tintina. <READ MORE>
A federal judge has blocked a plan to carve new roads into a 36,700-acre block of secure grizzly bear habitat within the Stillwater State Forest north of Whitefish. <READ MORE>
Meagher County could increase its budget by more than $20 million per year if Tintina Resources builds a copper mine a mile from a tributary of the Smith River, company officials told a civic engagement group in Helena. <READ MORE>