Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet Thursday, Oct. 9, at the FWP Headquarters building on 1420 East Sixth Ave., beginning at 8 a.m.
The commission will take final action on conservation easements on the Gordon Ranch in Blaine County; donation of a conservation easement which would protect the upland view from the Sacagawea Springs near Great Falls; and the acquisition of lands near the Ninepipe Wildlife Management Area for recreational hunting and to conserve bird habitat. Final decisions will also be made on the 2004-2007 fishing regulations and on the lease of a long-established archery range located within Makoshika State Park, near Glendive.
Tentative decisions will be made on a rule that outlines the prairie dog translocation policy; a rule to guide the auction of one deer and one elk license with the proceeds benefiting mule deer and elk conservation; and on modifications to the Smith River rule that relate to landowner floating opportunities.The full agenda for the FWP Commission meeting can be found by clicking on the FWP Commission icon on the bottom of the FWP home page at www.fwp.state.mt.us