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The STATE OF MONTANA, Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Parks Division, (hereinafter referred to as “the State”) invites you to submit a proposal for Professional Marketing Services for Montana State Parks to work as a collaborative partner in the development and implementation of a comprehensive branding strategy to communicate the benefits and values of Montana State Parks in accordance with the State Parks Outreach and Partnership Plan. The anticipated term of the contract is March 1, 2006, through March 1, 2007. A more complete description of the services sought for this project is provided in Section 3, Scope of Project. Proposals submitted in response to this solicitation must comply with the instructions and procedures contained herein.
(Bids & Proposals - 01/23/2006)

December 2005 Commission Minutes
(Commission Meetings - 01/19/2006)

The proposed biennial rule regulating Prairie Dog shooting in 2006 and 2007 is identical to the FWP/FWP Commission regulation that has been in effect for the past 4 years (2002-2005). The proposed rule consists of three components that address Prairie Dog conservation on public lands - excluding school trust lands. For current information and maps go to: http://fwp.mt.gov/wildthings/concern/prairiedogs.html
(Annual Rules - 01/13/2006)

This project proposes to redesign and replace the 65 year old electrical and lighting system internal to the caverns at Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park. It has been decided to proceed with the electrical and lighting system with no changes to the EA.
(Decision Notices - 01/13/2006)

The decline of WCT throughout their historic range is well documented. It is the Montana State Fish and a Species of Special Concern. Genetically pure WCT are thought to occupy about 5-13% of their historic range in the Missouri River system and most individual populations occupy less than six miles of habitat (Shepard et al. 1997). The conversion from stocking rainbow trout (RB) Oncorhynchus mykiss to WCT is being proposed to provide a fishery for this native fish in Wood Lake. Although not native to this drainage, WCT are native to this locale. Stocked WCT have produced excellent fisheries in other lakes in Montana.
(Species Stocking - 01/13/2006)



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