GALLATIN COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE in 2015
You can check the GCC Calendar for Sub-committee meetings. The 15-member Governance Committee (GC) holds a monthly meeting the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm. We are also currently organizing monthly GCC meetings throughout 2015 as we move into more substantive conversations.
PURPOSE: The purpose of the GCC is to gather community input of diverse perspectives in a collaborative process that works toward a broad, adaptive, and durable resolution of agreed-upon public lands issues.
VISION: The vision of the GCC is that this community-wide collaborative process will be fair, transparent, inclusive, fact-based, and civil and produce outcomes and recommendations that can be implemented.
This web site site provides timely, relevant information about the Gallatin Community Collaborative (GCC). The GCC is an inclusive, transparent, and civil collaborative whose purpose is to develop and provide community-based recommendations to the Gallatin National Forest (GNF) for shaping public lands management, with a specific focus on the Hyalite-Porcupine-Buffalo Horn Wilderness Study Area (HPBH-WSA) of the Gallatin Range.
Please download the GCC Bylaws.
Meeting minutes and draft documents being developed through the current Sub-Committee work is being archived at a Google Sites web page that is open to the public. Click here to go to GCC Committee Site.