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The attached Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared for the proposed Black Sandy Campground Improvement Project. The proposed action is to initiate campground improvement projects within Black Sandy State Park which would include the asphalt paving of the interior campground road and spurs and the installation of electrical pedestals 29 of the 33 campsites. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks invites you to comment on the attached proposal. The public comment period will be accepted beginning July 1, 2009 until 5:00 pm, July 27, 2009 and a public meeting will be held if requested. Comments should be sent to the following: Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Craig Marr PO Box 200701 Helena, MT 596020-0701 Or e-mailed to: cmarr@mt.gov
(Development, Improvements, and Enhancements - 06/25/2009)

The attached Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared for the proposed Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park Project. This project proposes to enhance the campground amenities by installing electrical hook-ups for recreation vehicles in a portion of the campground. This Draft EA is available for review in Helena at FWP’s Headquarters, the State Library, and the Environmental Quality Council. It also may be obtained from FWP at the address provided above, or viewed on FWP’s Internet website: http://www.fwp.mt.gov . If requested by the public, FWP will conduct a public meeting on this proposal. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks invites you to comment on the attached proposal. The public comment period will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. July 24, 2009. Comments should be sent to the following: Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park Campground Improvement Project Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks PO Box 489 Whitehall, MT 59759 Or email comments to: kempcaverns@in-tch.com
(Development, Improvements, and Enhancements - 06/24/2009)

The attached Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared for the proposed Upper Shields River Watershed Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Inventory and Brook Trout Suppression project. This project proposes that FWP, along assistance from the Gallatin National Forest, will conduct an inventory of Yellowstone cutthroat trout in the upper Shields River watershed to evaluate their distribution and status. In addition, this project will provide information on the extent of brook trout invasion into these waters. Brook trout are a primary threat to native Yellowstone cutthroat trout in headwater streams, making removal or suppression a potential conservation tool. Therefore, this EA also examines the impact of brook trout removal as a component of this proposed action. This Draft EA is available for review on FWP’s Internet website: http://www.fwp.mt.gov . Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks invites you to comment on the attached proposal. The public comment period will be accepted until 5:00 pm. July 24. Comments should be sent to the following: Scott Opitz Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks 1354 Highway 10 West Livingston MT 59047 Or e-mailed to: sopitz@mt.gov
(Species Removal & Relocation - 06/24/2009)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is proposing to purchase a 35-acre property to establish the Stipek Fishing Access Site (FAS) along the lower Yellowstone River. The property is located eight miles north of Glendive near the abandoned town site of Stipek. The acquisition is being proposed to secure public access to this stretch of the Yellowstone River, and to access various publicly owned river islands and a landlocked section of State school trust land almost directly across the river. The acquisition will also protect, enhance and preserve the riparian habitats associated with the Yellowstone River and will support a variety of public recreational activities. The site provides an ideal location as the only public river access in the middle of the 22–mile reach between Black Bridge FAS and the Intake FAS.
(Decision Notices - 06/23/2009)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking proposals from agencies and organizations desiring to house/hold bison resulting from the bison quarantine feasibility study (hereafter referred to quarantine bison) being conducted by MFWP and USDA APHIS, as described in the Bison Quarantine Feasibility Study Phase II/III (MFWP December 2005). Proposals will be evaluated by early September 2009. Once a final recommendation is made, MFWP will complete an Environmental Assessment of the proposal. If, based on the assessment, the decision is to proceed, and if MFWP Commission approves, then bison could be translocated by December, 2009. Before the quarantine bison will be transferred, the successful applicant will be required to sign an MOU agreeing to specific provisions contained in the proposal. Deadline for submission: August 10, 2009
(Bids & Proposals - 06/17/2009)



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