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Assisted Recolonization of Arctic grayling

Development, Improvements, and Enhancements

Fri Mar 08 14:52:00 MST 2013

The enclosed Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared for a proposal for Assisted Recolonization of Arctic grayling into eleven locations, in the upper mainstem Big Hole River, Governor Creek, and Warm Springs Creek [Candidate Conservation Agreements with Assurances (CCAA) Management Segments A and B (Figures 1 and 2)]. The method would involve using Remote Site Incubators (RSIs) to hatch Arctic grayling eggs from the Big Hole River conservation brood stock directly into upstream sections of the mainstem Big Hole River and tributaries to expand the current distribution of grayling in the Big Hole River system. This 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: . Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks invites you to comment on the attached proposal. Public comment will be accepted until April 8 at 5:00 pm.

Contact Information

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Upper Big Hole River Arctic Grayling: Assisted Re-Colonization near Jackson, MT Attn: Emily Cayer 730 North Montana St. Dillon, Montana 59725 Or e-mailed to: