Montana FWP To Hold Informational Meetings Next Week
Montana FWP will be holding two informational meetings next week to inform and to solicit information from the public on the topics of fisheries and mule deer management.
PLENTYWOOD – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will be holding an informational fisheries meeting at the Sheridan County Library Jubilee Room on Tuesday, March 14, from 6-8 p.m.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will be holding an informational fisheries meeting at the Sheridan County Library Jubilee Room on Tuesday, March 14, from 6-8 p.m.
Regional biologist Jared Krebs will provide an overview of pond and small reservoir sampling in 2022, including Box Elder Reservoir sampling results, stocking changes, and upcoming management actions.
This meeting provides an opportunity for the public to be involved in open discussions and ask questions of the FWP fisheries staff concerning fisheries management in northeast Montana.
FWP ensures that its meetings are fully accessible to persons with disabilities. To request special accommodations for this meeting, please contact 406-228-3700.
GLASGOW –Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is holding a public listening session regarding mule deer management in Region 6 in northeast Montana. The listening session is from 6-8 p.m. at the Cottonwood Inn in Glasgow on Wednesday, March 15. Hunters, landowners, and wildlife enthusiasts are encouraged to attend.
Region 6 wildlife staff will provide a background on mule deer management, the current status of mule deer populations in the region, trends in hunters and harvest, and an update on CWD. Following the presentation, the floor will be open for dialogue between public participants and FWP staff.
The intent of this session is for FWP to have a chance to hear various concerns, questions, and perspectives from the interested public. There will be no decisions made during this listening session.
FWP ensures that its meetings are fully accessible to persons with disabilities. To request special accommodations for this meeting, or for any questions, please contact the FWP Region 6 Headquarters in Glasgow at 406-228-3700.
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