Badlands Area Resource Council, based in southwestern North Dakota, is holding a casual meet-and-greet brainstorming session to collectively talk about issues impacting our community. Goals in the upcoming months are to revitalize BARC and build a strong base of supporters.
Wednesday, Aug. 31
188 West Museum Drive
Please invite people you know who care about creating positive change in our communities. This coffee-and-dessert meeting is open to past and current members of BARC, DRC members in the area, and any interested residents. For more information, contact BARC chair Linda Weiss at 701-575-4234 or Dakota Resource Council organizer Cecilia Montesdeoca at 701-224-8587.
ABOUT BARC: Badlands Area Resource Council is an affiliate of Dakota Resource Council and was formed initially in 1998 to keep Dickinson’s landfill public. BARC went on to work with Belfield residents to prevent channelization of the Heart River through town and later played a major role in DRC’s GM wheat victory.
ABOUT DRC: Dakota Resource Council is a nonprofit, grassroots activist organization. The mission of DRC is to form enduring, democratic local groups that empower people to influence decision-making processes that affect their lives.