In The News

534b0406d0fe3.preview-620Grassroots opposition to coal pollution regularly makes the news in Montana.  Below is just a sampling of articles and news stories from the last few years:

Missoula Group Protests Coal Transport in Montana, from KPAX

Activists Lock Down and Blockade Coal Train in Missoula, from Earth First Newswire

Voices for, Against Coal Royalty Reform Heard in Billings, from the Billings Gazette

City of Missoula Joins Growing List Opposed to Tongue River Railroad, from the Missoulian

Comments Taken at Tongue River Railroad Public Hearings, from the Miles City Star

Missoulians Voice Concerns Over Proposed Rail Line, from NBC Montana

Climate Change Protesters Cited Outside Missoula Office of Daines, from the Missoulian

Four Cited at Coal Train Protest, Including Writer Rick Bass, from the Missoulian

Missoula Councilman Wants State, Federal Hearings on Coal Transport, from the Ravalli Republic 

Demonstrators in Missoula Call for Action on Climate Change, from the Missoulian 

Missoula Police Cite Coal Train Protesters, from the Missoulian

Legislators Want Hearings on Projects That Bring Coal Trains to Missoula, from the Missoulian

March, Sit-in Against Coal Ends With 13 Cited for Trespass, from the Helena Independent Record

Coal Protesters Seek Jury Trial, from the Helena Independent Record

Fueling Dissent, from the Helena Independent Record

Anti-Coal Protesters Rip Land Board Over Rescheduling, Coal Lease, from the Billings Gazette