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Updated: January 10, 2018

Stand with us to protect Theodore Roosevelt National Park from the direct threat of air pollution by the proposed Davis Refinery. Meridian Energy Group Inc. has proposed to place their petroleum refinery less than THREE miles from Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

In order to protect this landscape that was so revered by our 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt, we ask that you request that the North Dakota Department of Health deny the draft air quality permit that would negatively impact park resources, including view sheds, air quality, historic character, habitat, and visitor experience.

The Department of Health will be holding a public hearing:

  • Date: January 17, 2018
  • Time: 5:30 PM Mountain Time
  • Location:
    Dorothy Stickney Auditorium in May Hall at Dickinson State University (Google Map)
    291 Campus Drive
    Dickinson, ND

The public comment period ends on January 26, 2018.

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  • Jones Crimson

    There is a substantial amount of people in the state of North Dakota who survive off the dwindling tourism to Roosevelt National Park.

    This will hurt people, this will destroy Medora. This will have longlasting impacts on travel to North Dakota as the grass, trees, and rivers are destroyed by high pollution commercial districts in the state with close to if not the least environmental protections any individual statehood has.

    Roosevelt would be so sickened and disheartened by this disgusting display of greed and corruption.