The proposed action will be partial funding of a shooting range development grant project for purchase and install of a pat trap machine, two cordless voice call release units and replacement of scoring stands.
(Recreation - 08/31/2007)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is requesting public comment on a proposal adopted as Tentative by the FWP Commission at its August 30 meeting.
The information below represents a proposed deer quota associated with the City of Helena Urban Deer Management Plan for the upcoming 2007-08 winter. For further clarification you may call 444-2612 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send your comments specific to this urban deer quota to: FWP–Wildlife Division, Attn: Public Comment, POB 200701, Helena MT 59620-0701; or email email@example.com. The deadline for public comment on the Helena Urban Deer quota is Friday, September 21, 2007. The commission will take final action on this topic during its September 27, 2007 meeting in Helena.
Proposed Tentative 2007 Helena Urban Deer Quota
350 deer between October 15, 2007 and February 15, 2008; implementation
details consistent with Plan and FWP protocols to be developed with Helena and
Region 3 staff
(Management Plans - 08/31/2007)
The Program tentatively plans to provide partial funding to a stream habitat enhancement project on a 4,500-foot reach of Rock Creek, a tributary to Clark Fork River. The intent of the project is to enhance pool and spawning habitat for salmonids and to stabilize an actively eroding stream bank. This proposed project is located on the Rocking K Ranch approximately 11 miles west of the town of Philipsburg in Granite County. (Development, Improvements, and Enhancements - 08/27/2007)
The Program tentatively plans to provide partial funding to a project calling for restoring an impaired reach of the South Fork Big Swamp Creek that currently runs through a confined animal feeding operation. The project calls for rebuilding a new channel within the existing floodplain and constructing a new riparian fence to prevent livestock access to the new channel. The intent of the project is to enhance overall aquatic and riparian habitat for the benefit of fluvial Arctic grayling and other species of fish. The proposed project is located approximately 4.0 miles north of the community of Jackson in Beaverhead County. (Development, Improvements, and Enhancements - 08/27/2007)