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Public hearings will be held at the following dates and locations: February 24 in Kalispell; February 25 in Missoula; March 3 in Helena and Bozeman; March 4 in Great Falls and Glasgow; and March 11 in Billings and Miles City. See attached notice for specific times and locations of the hearings and for the proposed rule language.
(ARM Rules - 01/30/2014)

On May 9, 2013, the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission published MAR Notice No. 12-385 pertaining to the public hearing on the proposed amendment and adoption of recreational use rules for Lake Alva, Harpers Lake, and Lake Marshall at page 755 of the 2013 Montana Administrative Register, Issue Number 9. On September 5, 2013, at page 1563 of the 2013 Montana Administrative Register, Issue Number 17, the Fish and Wildlife Commission (commission) published a notice of extension of comment period and a proposed alternative to be considered for Lake Alva. The commission has amended ARM 12.11.501, 12.11.3901, and 12.11.3940, and adopted NEW RULE I (ARM 12.11.3962) as proposed on May 9, 2013.
(ARM Rules - 01/30/2014)

An Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared for a proposal to restore Arctic grayling into several waters in Southwestern Montana. The currently proposed locations include: the Madison River (utilizing multiple tributaries), Wise River, Twin Lakes, Van Houten Lake and Trail Creek in the Big Hole Basin. The reintroduction method would involve using Remote Site Incubators (RSIs) to hatch Arctic grayling eggs from the conservation broodstocks directly into stream reaches, or potentially fry or fingerling stocking into lakes. No existing fish populations will be manipulated as part of the proposed project.
(Restoration & Rehabilitation - 01/29/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MFWP) proposes to renew an agricultural (crop / hay) lease on 323 acres on Seven Sisters Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The proposed lease will be for a 3-year period (April 1, 2014 – March 31, 2017). The purpose of the proposed lease is to provide cover and forage for wildlife, especially white-tailed deer and pheasants. Seven Sisters WMA in eastern Montana is located near the town of Crane along the Yellowstone River in Richland County. Seven Sisters WMA comprises 1541 acres, however this proposal is relevant only to approximately 323 acres within T21N, R58E, portions of sections 11, 13, 14, 15, 22, and 23.
(Conservation - 01/27/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MFWP) proposes to renew an agricultural (crop / hay) lease on 152 acres of Elk Island Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The proposed lease will be for a 3-year period (April 1, 2014 – March 31, 2017). The purpose of the proposed lease is to provide cover and forage for wildlife, especially white-tailed deer and pheasants. Elk Island WMA in eastern Montana is located near the town of Savage along the Yellowstone River in Richland County. Elk Island WMA comprises 1,585 acres in T20N R58E portions of sections 12-13, 21-24, 26, and 27 and T20N R59E portions of sections 7, 18, however this proposal is relevant only to approximately 152 acres in T20N R58 E, portions of sections 21, 22, 23, 26, and 27.
(Conservation - 01/27/2014)



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