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     Concerned Citizens Montana supports citizen involvement in promoting responsible and innovative energy solutions. Our organization serves as a clearinghouse for public information, and unites citizen efforts and resources to ensure that corporations, state and federal agencies, and elected officials are representing sound energy policies that are in the best interest of Montanans. CCM currently has approximately 3,000 supporters representing diverse issues, including ranching, small business, tourism, education, historical and cultural resources, government, recreation, real estate, public health and safety, and energy rates.

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Buffalo jump site in southwestern Montana located in the path of MSTI.

CCM was originally organized to educate the public about NorthWestern Energy’s 500 kV Mountain States Transmission Intertie (MSTI). Although NWE has now withdrawn the MSTI permit requests, CCM membership still plays an active role in contributing to the shaping of Montana energy and associated eminent domain policy. Our members actively:

  • Engage state-wide organizations that work with aspects of energy/eminent domain policy.
  • Interface with local and state politicians on energy/eminent domain policy.
  • Develop legislation on energy/transmission/eminent domain.

JOIN CCM IN OUR WORK TO EDUCATE AND INFORM THE PUBLIC ABOUT MONTANA’S ENERGY FUTURE. YOUR TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION WILL ENABLE CCM TO CONTINUE OUR WORK FOR YOU. DONATE TO CONCERNED CITIZENS MONTANA TODAY!