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Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (FWP) proposes to exchange approximately 36 acres of the Mount Haggin Wildlife Management Area (MHWMA) along Secondary Route 569 (S-569) to Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) for approximately 20 acres of the existing right-of-way of the S-569, that will be abandoned by MDT, and payment of $12,500 for the remaining value of the exchanged FWP property.
(Decision Notices - 07/16/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) is proposing to introduce golden trout into Foolhen, Rainbow and Upper Lena lakes in the Big Hole River drainage. Foolhen Lake is located in the Alder Creek drainage (near Wise River), Rainbow Lake is located in the Rock Creek drainage (near Glen) and Upper Lena Lake is located in the Big Swamp Creek drainage (near Jackson).
(Decision Notices - 07/16/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ (FWP) Future Fisheries Improvement Program has prepared an environmental assessments (EA) for the proposed FFI-021-2014 Saurkraut Creek Phase-II project tentatively approved by its Citizens Review Panel on June 19, 2014. This project would promote and restore habitat in Sauerkraut Creek, a stream severely impacted by historical placer mining operations. The intent of the project is to promote and restore aquatic habitat for salmonids, primarily westslope cutthroat trout and bull trout. Sauerkraut Creek is a tributary to the Blackfoot River located about 5 miles southwest of the town of Lincoln in Lewis and Clark County. Funding for this project is contingent upon a favorable decision with respect to the EA, and upon approval being granted by the Fish and Wildlife Commission. Comments are due by 5:00 pm August 18, 2014. Double click the title line to view the EA and/or submit comments.
(Fishing - 07/16/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ (FWP) Future Fisheries Improvement Program has prepared an environmental assessments (EA) for the proposed FFI-017-2014 North Fork Blackfoot River project tentatively approved by its Citizens Review Panel on June 19, 2014. This project would upgrade an existing irrigation system to conserve an estimated 16 cubic feet per second (cfs) of streamflow through a dewatered section of the North Fork Blackfoot River. The intent of the project is to improve native trout stream habitat by enhancing instream flows during summer and fall months. The North Fork Blackfoot River is a tributary to the Blackfoot River located about 5 miles east of the town of Ovando in Powell County. Funding for this project is contingent upon a favorable decision with respect to the EA, and upon approval being granted by the Fish and Wildlife Commission. Comments are due by 5:00 pm August 18, 2014. Double click the title line to view the EA and/or submit comments.
(Fishing - 07/16/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ (FWP) Future Fisheries Improvement Program has prepared an environmental assessments (EA) for the proposed FFI-016-2014 Liverpool Creek project tentatively approved by its Citizens Review Panel on June 19, 2014. This project would improve stream habitat and address sources of stream impairment in Liverpool Creek, potentially increasing the survival of resident westslope cutthroat trout. The project involves replacing an undersized stream crossing, eliminating and upgrading diversion structures, and improving flow conditions. Liverpool Creek is a tributary to Keep Cool Creek, which feeds into the Blackfoot River located north of the town of Lincoln in Lewis and Clark County. Funding for this project is contingent upon a favorable decision with respect to the EA, and upon approval being granted by the Fish and Wildlife Commission. Comments are due by 5:00 pm August 18, 2014. Double click the title line to view the EA and/or submit comments.
(Fishing - 07/16/2014)



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