In the Shadow of Coal – Some Places Shouldn’t Be Industrialized

The Otter Creek Valley of eastern Montana sits atop the largest coal deposit in the lower forty-eight states. It’s also home to some of Montana’s most productive farms and ranches, as well as some of the last unindustrialized grasslands.
Wildlife filmmaker Dawson Dunning shares what makes the Otter Creek region a place worth protecting from extraction, whether mining or oil and gas development.

Coal – Some Places Shouldn’t Be Industrialized from Life’s Fast on Vimeo.

This film premiered at the 2017 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.

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