Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is developing a comprehensive set of administrative rules that would govern commercial use that occur on lands and waters under the control of FWP. The first step in the process is to conduct public scoping meetings and identify the issues that need to be considered.
Additional information and attachments will be coming soon! (ARM Rules - 12/19/2005)
New rule proposal to implement HB 235 (2005). HB 235 allows the Commission to issue through lottery one license each year for deer, elk, shiras moose, mountain sheep, and mountain goat. (ARM Rules - 12/19/2005)
Bannack Interpretive Trails EA is a project proposed to promote, interpret and improve about 10.75 miles of existing roads and trails in Bannack State Park, State of Montana (DNRC) property, and on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) property; to grade and gravel single vehicle turn around pads (2), grade and gravel one parking area and construct about 800 feet of new trail with a 20' bridge on park land; stabilize trail; install two cattle guards, four equestrian gates, three trailhead kiosks; install signs showing direction, regulations, modes of travel allowed on trail, user etiquette and interpretive points; manage weeds; and interpretive trail brochure and map design, layout and printing. (Development, Improvements, and Enhancements - 12/14/2005)