Resource Conservation & Development Councils are a blend of private enterprise and government in a nonprofit public/private partnership. Program activities are initiated and directed by a volunteer Council consisting of local representatives of government, business, development organizations, non-profit organizations, conservation districts, and individuals. The chief government partner of the RC&D Council is the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The NRCS provides critical coordination and administrative support to the Northern Rocky Mountain RC&D.
Natural Resources Programs. Our natural resources programs include assistance with developing renewable energy, noxious weed eradication, and hazardous fuels reduction in the wildland/urban interface. The RC&D partners with a variety of organizations and people to ensure the wise use of our natural resources.
Community Development Programs. We assist communities in our three counties with economic development planning, affordable housing projects, water and wastewater projects, and community facility development.
Energy Programs. We assist individuals, communities and businesses with planning, project management, funding, and constructing energy projects. Projects can include energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy development. Business Planning Resources. The Northern Rocky Mountain RC&D maintains a strategic focus on economic development in the counties we serve. The following resources are intended to aid small businesses in accessing counseling, funding planning tools, and and identify local funding opportunities. EPA Brownfields Program. Northern Rocky Mountain RC&D, in partnership with Snowy Mountain Development Corporation - Lewistown and Montana Business Assistance Connection - Helena (Central Montana Brownfields Coalition) was awarded a $1.6 million dollar revolving loan fund grant to provide loans and subgrants to support cleanup activities for sites contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum. This grant covers 11 counties in Montana.
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