Watchdogs of the Prairie
Here are a few ways you can get involved in the work we do.
Oil and gas development can and must be done right, without polluting our land, air, and water or leaving landowners and taxpayers with the costs of cleanup. Dakota Resource Council is organizing to reduce flaring and venting of natural gas, ensuring safe and responsible disposal of oilfield waste, and working to make oil trains and oil pipelines safer.
Dakota Resource Council (DRC) is committed to making sure that North Dakota’s land is reclaimed after coal mining in a timely manner and that reclamation quality standards are met. DRC is engaged in supporting community members in Coal Country lead the way in building resilient communities to ensure there is a viable future after coal.
Dakota Resource Council was founded by farmers and ranchers in the 1970s. Protecting family farms and ranches is the core of DRC’s mission. Since the 1970s DRC has worked on many important agricultural issues including working to save family farms during the farm crisis of the 1980s, working to ensure ranchers are fairly compensated for their livestock, working to ensure genetically modified wheat did not expand into North Dakota, and working to defend North Dakota’s anti-corporate farming law.
Citizens Local Energy Action Network, (CLEAN) is an affiliate of DRC whose mission is to create a cleaner, safer place to live and work through innovation in our approach to energy supplies. We come from all walks of life and are committed to bringing the benefits of clean energy to our region. We invite you to join us in this mission to build a better and clean energy future.
We will be meeting Thursday, April 7th from 7-9pm at the Casselton Veterans Memorial Auditorium.
Landowners: Know Your Rights Regarding Voluntary Easements, Eminent Domain, and the Summit Carbon Solutions Pipeline
If you would like more information or if you have any questions, please contact Eliot at firstname.lastname@example.org or 701-997-5181
2. Affected Landowners Meeting:
We will be meeting Tuesday, March 29th from 7-9pm at the Menoken Elementary School.
3. Landowners Know Your Rights:
Landowners: Know Your Rights Regarding Voluntary Easements, Eminent Domain, and the Summit Carbon Solutions Pipeline.
4. Contact Information:
If you would like more information or if you have any questions, please contact Eliot:
email@example.com or 701-997-5181