We did it!
The Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act Passed Out of Congress!
Your voice helped permanently protect 30,000 acres of public lands in Yellowstone’s Gateway from the threats of industrial scale gold mining. We thank you for your unwavering dedication to this effort.
Now it’s time to thank our Montana delegation, Senator Jon Tester, Senator Steve Daines, and Representative Gianforte for their support, and to let them know how grateful we all are to see the Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act become law. Thank you for passing the YGPA.
Photo by Eric Ian Photo
Mill Creek Tire Dump
The comment period for the Mill Creek Tire Tire Dump monofill has ended. Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is currently preparing their Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). You can always contact DEQ at any point in the process with questions or concerns about the project. Contact Jen Lane, Senior MEPA Coordinator, at DEQ: Phone 406-444-4956 email Learn more.
Custer Gallatin Forest Plan Revision
The Custer Gallatin National Forest (CGNF) is currently in the process of updating its Forest Management Plan. While the recent comment period has ended you can always contact the CGNF with questions or concerns about the future of our local National Forest. More information can be found at their website here or contact Public Affairs: Mariah Leuschen-Lonergan, phone 406-587-6735 email
“We worked with several environmental groups in an effort to stop two proposed gold mines in Paradise Valley, and PCEC really stands out. I am the last person you would expect to endorse an environmental group. I must say Michelle, Erica and Max were incredible to work with. YGBC is a nonpartisan group and PCEC respected that. I really appreciated that we could stay on the same page, always taking the high road and respecting each other’s views. PCEC is an asset to Park County and Michelle Uberuaga directs this group with honesty and integrity.”
- Bryan Wells, YGBC
Photo by Tom Murphy Photography