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  • Report: An Invisible Health Menace from Flaring in ND

    August 14, 2017 Eric Tegethoff, Public News Service – ND Listen to the story HERE North Dakotans in the Bakken region, where oil production is most heavily concentrated, have reported health...

  • New Report Details Impacts of Methane Pollution on Children, Families in North Dakota

    August 9, 2017 Bismarck, ND–Dakota Resource Council released a report titled “Oil & Gas Pollution’s Impacts on North Dakota Families” that shows oil and gas pollution from North Dakota’s new and...

  • DRC is now hiring a field organizer!

    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Field Organizer Growing, nationally recognized grassroots group hiring a field organizer to work with people dealing with Bakken oil development, family-operated agriculture issues, renewable energy development, just transition, and other...

  • Developer provides bold claims, few details on proposed refinery

    Jul 2, 2017 Jessica Holdman & Amy Dalrymple Bismarck Tribune The developers of the proposed Davis Refinery near Belfield tout the project as the “cleanest refinery on the planet,” but are...

  • Beyond Standing Rock Panel Discussion

    Panel discussion features Standing Rock Tribal Councilman Chad Harrison; Prairie Public Inside Energy’s Amy Sisk; and Dakota Resource Council’s oil and gas field organizer Nicole Montclair-Donaghy. The discussion followed the feature...

  • Tribes Support Methane Reduction, Congress Should, Too

    Tribes Support BLM Methane Reduction Rule, Congress Should, too Tribes support keeping rule as baseline for venting and flaring regulations FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 2, 2017 CONTACT: Nicole Donaghy, nicole@drcinfo.com, 701-202-0927...

  • Legislative Session 2017

        Dakota Resource Council members are active during North Dakota’s Legislative session, making sure we respond to potential legislation that could impact our three campaign areas: Oil and Gas, Agriculture...

  • Community Forum: DAPL and Standing Rock

    Thursday, March 30, 2017 Bismarck Veterans Memorial Public Library Dakota Resource Council is continuing to create spaces for dialog about the unfolding of Dakota Access Pipeline’s events. In our first forum...

  • Letter: Why site thirsty refinery in parched corner of North Dakota?

    Refineries need a lot of water. Initially, Meridian Energy Group Inc. said the proposed Davis Refinery could use “up to 100 gallons” of water per minute. The application submitted to the...

  • Dismantling the Clean Power Plan: Impact on N.D. Coal Industry

    By: Tim Olson Posted: Apr 03, 2017 03:09 PM CDT Updated: Apr 03, 2017 06:42 PM CDT Since taking office, President Donald Trump has taken steps to scale back the influence...

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