I was using DNSCrypt on my personal computer (linux). I uninstalled it, and now I'm getting errors reinstalling. I believe development on DNSCrypt was being abandoned anyway, because Cisco/OpenDNS bought it.
DNSCrypt is a protocol not a software. It has multiple implementations. The specific implementation you refer to is dnscrypt-proxy which was last updated 2 days ago. DNSCrypt is not related to OpenDNS.
I was looking into BIND as a replacement for that, to choose my DNS and utilize DNSSEC
Bind is not a replacement for DNSCrypt. DNSSec does not encrypt DNS but only adds signatures to provide an authenticated response. Signing in DNSSec is done by the owners of the domain (i.e. the authority) whereas with DNSCurve the signing is done by the DNSCurve server (which is not the authority for the domain).
I want to be able to use DNSSEC providers (https://dnscrypt.info/public-servers/).
There are no such thing as DNSSec providers. DNSSec simply works like normal DNS. Servers for the DNSCrypt protocol can not be used by normal DNS software.