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The Thompson Falls Trap Club, PO Box 1112, Thompson Falls, MT 59873, proposes to repair or replace the clubhouse handicap access ramp; the floor in trap storage building; replace the heating unit, and insulate the club house. The Thompson Falls Trap Club has applied for a grant under the Montana Shooting Range Development Program for $3,552.00 in partial funding of the $7,104.00 for the cost and labor of the repairs.
(Decision Notices - 09/26/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) released a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) to provide the Park County Rod and Gun Club with a Montana Shooting Range Development Grant. The range is located on 62 acres of leased private land, 3 miles north of Livingston, Montana at 154 Meigs Road, Livingston, Montana 59047; Lat. 45.70048, Long. -110.57487. Section 35, Township 1 South, Range 9 East. FWP will provide up to $5,901 in partial funding for the Park County Rod and Gun Club’s proposed improvements: Building one new pistol bay adjoining the existing pistol bay. By utilizing a common wall with the existing bay, only one additional sidewall and one back-wall will be required for the new bay. Applying road mix in the floors of the new berms. Installing a concrete pad at the shooting lines in the new bay. Fabricating and installing target supports in the pistol bay.
(Decision Notices - 09/26/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) released a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) to provide the Great Falls Shooting Sports Complex (GFSSC) with a Montana Shooting Range Development Grant. The range is located approximately 5 miles north of Great Falls, Montana 59404, 1 mile east of Highway 87, at 30 Sportsman Trail, Lat. 47.5730378, Long. 111.223764, Section 16, Township 21 North Range 4 East. FWP will provide up to $9,870 in partial funding for GFSSC’s proposed improvements: Gravel shooting bays, bay access, and building covers over three bays.
(Decision Notices - 09/26/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) released a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) to provide the Chinook Rod and Gun Club with a Montana Shooting Range Development Grant. The range is located on 80 acres in Blaine County 3.4 miles southeast of Chinook, Montana on Clear Creek Road, Lat. 48.54889, Long.-109.31111, Section 7, T32N, R19E. FWP will provide up to $25,688 in partial funding for the Chinook Rod and Gun Club’s proposed improvements: Create a competitive trap range Install perimeter fencing for the entire range Provide handicap-accessible shooting facilities Install signage to label each range and to list safety regulations Install a toilet with a handicap accessible sidewalk
(Decision Notices - 09/26/2014)

Based on the Environmental Assessment, public comments, and FWP’s evaluation of the risks and benefits associated with the project, it is my decision to proceed with the Preferred Alternative (Alternative C) to introduce tiger muskies into Willow Creek Reservoir with the objective to improve the rainbow trout fishery. I find there to be no significant impacts on the human and physical environments associated with the proposed action. Therefore, I conclude the Environmental Assessment is the appropriate level of analysis, and that an Environmental Impact Statement is not required.
(Decision Notices - 09/24/2014)



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