The Butte Natural Resource Damage Restoration Council (BNRC) will provide recommendations to the Governor on how to spend the 28 million dedicated to restoration of the Butte Area One Site through the 2008 Consent Decree. For more information on Butte Area One site, click here.
The Council consists of nine members, with six appointed by the Butte-Silver Bow Chief Executive and three appointed by the Governor.
Elizabeth Erickson, Chairperson
BNRC Meeting Notice
Date & Time
Wednesday April 5, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
Thursday April 6, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
|Thornton Building – 2nd Floor Conference Room 65 East Broadway Butte|
2016 Butte Area One Small Restoration Projects
1 Blacktail Creek Non Point Nutrient Management
2 Blacktail and Basin Creek Watershed Resiliency
3 Alma Higgins Commemerative Competition and Celebration
4 Data Visualization of Upper Silver Bow Creek Corridor
5 Storm Drain Inlet Markers
6 Pilot Program for Cleaning Contaminants fromTailings at Diggings East
7 Extending Public Outreach of Science Mine’s BNRC Exhibits
8 Evaluate and Design Best Management Practices to Improve Grove Gulch Water Quality
9 Copper Mountain Kids’ Fishing Pond_
10 Basin Creek Reservoir Recreational Development
11 Revegetation of the National Dump Site
12 Bacterial Soil Rejuvenation
13 Assessment of Nitrogen Loading in Silver Bow and Blacktail
14 Pore Water Sampling to Investigate Metals In Blacktail Creek and LAO
15 Microbial Activity in Silver Bow and Blacktail Creeks
16 Shift Change
17 Relationship Between Site Contamination and Revegetation Success
18 Restoration Management System for Projects in BAO
19 Montana Tech Tree Greenhouse