Golden Triangle Resource Council brings farmers, ranchers, Native people and other concerned citizens together from Cascade, Chouteau, Teton, and Pondera Counties to build diverse coalitions in service of the land and the people who live here. We fight for the quality of our land, water, air, and food, and we work as an example and an active force for free, transparent, decentralized and democratic governing institutions that treat all Montanans equally.
Golden Triangle Resource Council (GTRC) is rooted in a heritage of cooperation among neighbors, family agriculture, respect for indigenous culture and knowledge, and strong community bonds. We honor and seek to build healthy, resilient natural ecosystems, and to create the conditions for strong, sustainable, self-sufficient and harmonious communities for generations to come.
We are working to pass C-PACE in and bring clean energy to Pondera, Teton, and Chouteau counties, and supporting new projects in Cascade, where C-PACE has already passed. Members are engaging in outreach to local business, Chambers of Commerce, Downtown Business Associations, and more!
For more information on the C-PACE program, check out the implementation toolkit.
Solarize Golden Triangle
We are bringing together community members from Cascade, Teton, Choteau, and Pondera Counties to bring more solar energy to the Golden Triangle region. Solarize Golden Triangle is working to gather information and select expert installers to streamline the solar process for folks interested in going solar on their home or business.
Issues We Work On
Along with bringing C-PACE to our communities, we are working to make going solar easier and more accessible in the Golden Triangle area.
Agriculture and Local Foods
Members are working to support farmers and ranchers in the Golden Triangle area by providing accessible, hybrid meeting spaces and planning their Annual Meeting around the growing season. We also helped to host a Soil Crawl at the Quinn Farm in July 2022.
We’re focused on hosting outreach events, supporting and expanding access to GTRC meetings, and building the GTRC community in the four county affiliate range.
Northern Plains Board Representatives