Park County Environmental Council

The Park County Environmental Council works through advocacy and education to preserve and restore the county's world-class rivers, diverse wildlife, landscapes, and outstanding natural beauty. To achieve this, PCEC and it's 500 members champion land use planning, river management reform, and protection of roadless areas.

Park County Environmental Council was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2007 to 2012.

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Park County Environmental Council Grant history

2012

$2,500 - To protect Park County wildlife habitat in the Yellowstone Ecosystem through education on zoning laws. Opportunity fund

2007

$10,000 - To protect the health and ecological integrity of Park County's natural resources on both public and private lands.