Here’s our newist newsletter – enjoy
poster The 1st annual Park County Environmental Council (PCEC) “ Clean It Up Day” is scheduled for July 14th @ 9 am. This year we will be cleaning up an Illegal Dump Site along the Old Boulder Road. Volunteers should meet at the old Lincoln School parking lot at E. Lewis and B Street. Bring …View full post
As you know, many PCEC members have a strong vested interest in the fate of the Gallatin Range. The Gallatin Community Collaborative is perhaps the best, if not the last, chance we all have to find a resolution to the 40 years of conflict over the important wildlife and recreation values we all share for your backyard. It’s critical to get all interested parties to this first meeting in order to understand and sort through the various levels of participation that are available and required for success.
Here is the link to a recent article in the Big Sky paper on the Facilitator Jeff Goebels.
Here are the Livington/Emigrant dates. RSVP required.
Livingston: Tuesday, Oct. 15 from 5:30-9:30 pm at the Park High School Multi-purpose Room, 102 View Vista Drive, in Livingston. Light dinner included. RSVP required.
Emigrant/Gardiner: Wednesday, Oct. 16 from 5:30-9:30 pm at the Emigrant Community Hall in Emigrant. Light dinner included. RSVP required.
Here is the direct link to the RSVP system
FREE PCEC BUMPER STICKER
This year with your PCEC membership renewal you’ll get a PCEC Bumper sticker along with our newsletters, info alerts and invites to our activities. $35.00 is a small price to pay for all the work that PCEC does to help protect our natural resources and quality of life here in Park County. If you’ve never joined PCEC just fill out the copied remit envelope below and send it with your check to.
PCEC – PO Box 164 – Livingston, MT. 59047
Please take the survey using the link below. It’s for our future parks and recreation opportunities.
The Parks and Recreation Board recently launched a Parks and Recreation Survey and we need help distributing it throughout the County? It will help us determine what kind of parks and recreation opportunities people want throughout the County, which in turn, will help the Board prioritize projects and seek funding opportunities.