Center for Science in Public Participation
224 North Church Avenue
Bozeman MT 59715
phone: 406-585-9854 fax:406-585-2260
The Center for Science in Public Participation provides training and technical advice to grassroots groups on water pollution and natural resource issues, especially those related to mining. CSP2 seeks to focus the debate on factual issues, as brought to light by its technical analyses, and whenever possible to seek consensus and win-win solutions. CSP2 also performs policy related work with federal, state and tribal regulatory agencies on the implementation of water quality, waste disposal, and mining reclamation regulations. CSP2 was organized in 1997 to provide technical assistance to public interest groups on issues related to mining and water quality. The Center has a staff of seasoned professionals with experience from the mining industry, academia, and government.
CSP2’s website is a fantastic source of reports on mining issues.