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This profile was last updated on 7/29/15  and contains information from public web pages.

Brian Brademeyer

Wrong Brian Brademeyer?

Board Member

Phone: (605) ***-****  
Local Address:  South Dakota , United States
Defenders of the Black Hills
315 St. Joseph St
Rapid City , South Dakota 57701
United States

Company Description: The Defenders of the Black Hills is a group of volunteers, without racial or tribal boundaries, whose mission is to ensure that all of the provisions of the Fort...   more

Employment History

  • Black Hills Regional Director
    Native Ecosystems Council
  • Rapid City Representative
    Native Ecosystems Council
  • Member, Black Hills Regional Office
    Native Ecosystems Council
  • Chairman of the Black Hills Group
    Sierra Club
  • Member, Black Hills Group
    Sierra Club
  • Own Local Representative
    Sierra Club

Board Memberships and Affiliations

79 Total References
Web References
Board of Directors, 29 July 2015 [cached]
Brian Brademeyer, Native Ecosystems Council, Treasurer
March 2013 Quarterly Newsletter, 1 Mar 2013 [cached]
The bill was drafted by our Treasurer, Brian Brademeyer, and was sent in a previous newsletter.
Brian D. ..., 14 Dec 2011 [cached]
Brian D. Brademeyer
My Voice
Brian D. Brademeyer, 61, of Rapid City is the executive director of Friends of the Norbeck and the Black Hills regional director of the Native Ecosystems Council.
Environmentalists call for protection of Black Hills snail, 5 Oct 2003 [cached]
Brian Brademeyer, Rapid City representative for the Montana-based Native Ecosystems Council, said logging, grazing and road building have already hurt snail populations in the Black Hills.
"Compounding the situation is that the Forest Service is taking no steps to restore the snail's degraded habitat," Brademeyer said in a statement.
Endangered Species Act protection sought for unique Black Hills American Dipper, 2 Oct 2008 [cached]
Brian Brademeyer of Native Ecosystems Council, Black Hills Regional Office explained, "The Endangered Species Act provides protection for threatened and endangered wildlife populations that are determined to be a distinct population segment.
Brian Brademeyer, Native Ecosystems Council, Black Hills Regional Office, 605-574-4152
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